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The Selection And Instruction About Iphone Gimbal


If you've been paying attention to social media, you've probably realized most people are taking better and better pictures every day. Even though it was impossible a couple of years ago, everyone can shoot high-quality photos without much effort now! And this is possible due to gimbals, which makes taking pictures and recording videos easier than ever before.

If you want to do the most with your camera, you probably want to buy an iPhone Gimbal. The problem is, there's more than one option available. In this article, you'll find the best three iPhone Gimbals available today - and, in the end, we will tell you how to use one.



What Are The Best Gimbals on The Market?

In fact, there are several important facts for selecting a gimbal. Three great brands are listed  below for your reference.


GoPro iphone Gimbal

The GoPro brand is probably well-known worldwide by now. More likely than not, you've heard about it before - but did you know you can get a Gimbal for their cameras? And it's no surprise the GoPro Gimbals are one of the best on the market. They're pretty straightforward products, easy to use and even easier to understand.

If you lack steady hands, this type of Gimbal might be the one for you. They're lightweight enough that anyone can carry them around with no problem and also have a good grip. Here's the problem with these products, though: they don't have enough features for you to make the most out of every picture you take. You can cover the basics - but they won't help you any further than that.

So, if you want a Gimbal to help you with stabilizing, slow-motion, or similar, this is it. Anything beyond that, and you'll have to keep looking. Finally, your average GoPro Gimbal is not far from the norm when it comes to pricing. You'll usually find one below $90.


DJI Osmo iphone Gimbal

The DJI Osmo Mobile Gimbal could feel like the go-to option for vloggers and live-streamers - then again, it might not.

The Osmo Mobile has everything your average Gimbal has and adds a little stylistic twist on things by offering different colors to choose from. From an aesthetic point of view, that's a great thing. You can get your Gimbal to match your phone, as long as it's black, grey, or white. According to most user reviews, this Gimbal is perfect for moving shots, like recording a live concert or a running video. Its stabilizing feature is one of the best things this product has.

Keep in mind this might not be the most user-friendly Gimbal - and quite difficult to get used to at first. As a side note, certain reviews point out that this Gimbal tends to fail a little earlier than it should. For example, the roll motor could stop working and start to heat up. Then again, that might be a symptom of over-use or poor manufacturing.

Pricing is when things get a little rougher, though. The DJI Osmo Mobile Gimbal costs $190. In certain stores, it's a little higher than that. And, quite honestly, that does feel like a little pricey for a Gimbal.


VanTop Nimbal M3 iphone Gimbal

We're going to come out and say it: this is our favorite so far. It has plenty of great features and little to no downsides. 

The VanTop Nimbal M3 is an affordable-yet-top-of-the-line Gimbal most people should consider when shopping for one. Take a look at its features. It has the basics covered: tracking, slow-motion, stabilizing, and more. It also goes beyond that with the Inception mode or the Hitchcock effect. If we're being honest, we've never seen something like the Hitchcock effect in any other Gimbal. And that's not the only surprise that this Gimbal has! You can expect more features that feel one-of-a-kind.

And not only that, but it's also easy to use. Setting up a VanTop Nimbal M3 is rather intuitive - and it won't be long before you're taking great pictures after you take it out of the box. Speaking of taking it out of the box, you need to do a little shopping before you get to that part. So, shopping-wise, how much is the VanTop Nimbal M3 going to cost? This Gimbal goes for $99.99.

All in all, it seems like a reasonable (and affordable) price for Gimbal that feels top of the line. Sure, there are cheaper options - but you get what you pay for.



How to Use A IPhone Gimbal?

So far, we've told you about Gimbals and their features - but what about using one? Once you get your new toy out of the box, you need to figure out how to use it. We're going to assume you bought a VanTop Nimbal M3, but every other Gimbal is similar to use.


Here's how to use a Gimbal for iPhone:

1. The Setup

The first thing you need to do is connect your iPhone with your Gimbal. When using a VanTop Nimbal M3, this is rather easy. All you have to do is download the VanTop Gimo App, enable the Bluetooth on your iPhone, and turn on your Gimbal. Then, open the app. Follow the instructions that you see on your screen, and that's that. Everything is set up and ready to go.


2. Explore the different settings

Once you've connected your iPhone to your VanTop Nimbal M3, you might feel a little overwhelmed - because there are plenty of features you can use! Well, no worries. Explore them one at a time. And, of course, skip the ones you're not interested in just yet.

We recommend starting easy. For example, use the Action Mode or the Smart Tracking feature. They're simple enough that anyone can use them - but they will blow you away anyway!


3. Have fun!

Little by little, you'll understand how to use every feature, mode, and option your VanTop Nimble M3 has. And there are lots of them there! If things feel harder than they should, don't worry. When it comes to Gimbals, the learning curve might feel a little steep from time to time. But soon enough, you'll get the hang of it. It won't take long until your pictures and videos look like professional jobs - and it'll be thanks to you and your new VanTop Nimbal M3!

If you have any doubts, you can check the user manual. Other than that, it's time to take great pictures.