How to achieve the finest video quality possible while also having silky smooth footage? The answer is simple: with the help of a Gimbal. Hohem iSteady Pro 3 is a gimbal designed exclusively for GoPro Hero 8/7/6/5/4/3 but compatible with any action camera on the market. In terms of design, the Hohem iSteady Pro 3 has a very ergonomic handle that prevents people’s hands from being fatigued while using it. There are also numerous buttons and connectors that provide a variety of functions.
The 1/4-inch screw hole on the bottom may be used with the provided tiny tripod or any other standard tripod, but that’s quite standard. The other 1/4 inch screw hole on the side, which may be used to screw in accessories like microphones, LED lights, and so on, is unusual. As a result, users can use the action camera as a Run & Gun camera to capture vlogs and other content on the fly. Another extremely unique design bonus is the WiFi module for compatible cameras, which is also a feature. This module makes it simple to control GoPro cameras, such as taking images and videos. However, the capability is only available on GoPro cameras that have WiFi built in; older cameras are not compatible.
This new three-axis action camera gimbal may be compatible with the GoPro Hero 8. Upgraded 3-axis stability can offer ultra-smooth footage no matter how intense the action is. This iSteady 3.0 stabilizer aids in the capturing of more dynamic details for high-resolution videos. Ideal for running, cycling, skating, vlogging, and vacation videos. The trigger button on this GoPro gimbal stabilizer activates sports mode, which allows it to quickly follow any movement. The scenes on the camera screen are constantly in sight thanks to the 30° beveled angeled roller, which improves the availability of video samples and eliminates waste.
The Hohem iSteady Pro 3 has all of the capabilities that people would expect from a gimbal. It may be used in POV mode, which enables the pan, tilt, and roll motors to all operate simultaneously. This mode is used to give an object or person a smooth moving effect. Then there’s PTF mode, which allows the camera to follow the pan and tilt, PF mode, which simply follows panning, and L mode, which locks the head in a specific direction regardless of how the gimbal is moved. During our tests, all of the modes worked flawlessly, and people can see the majority of them in the video below.
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