PHONE GIM­BALS

TAKE SU­PER-STA­BLE VIDEO AND SHAKE-FREE SHOTS IN ANY LO­CA­TION

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DJI Osmo Mo­bile

The drone com­pany’s ex­per­tise in sta­bil­i­sa­tion comes into play in this handy hand­held, which in­cludes ac­tive track­ing for au­to­matic selfie sta­bil­i­sa­tion and a neat time­lapse fea­ture. Set it down and set it off for smooth sped-up pans, or try a 9-shot panorama with the Osmo app. $499,dji.com Zhiyun Z1-Smooth C

De­signed with larger phones like the iPhone 7+ in mind – though com­pat­i­ble with smaller mod­els if you ap­ply the in­cluded spacer – this is prob­a­bly the most sta­ble and, yes, smooth gim­bal you’re likely to find. Low power con­sump­tion means it’ll keep shoot­ing for hours on end. $359,zhiyun-tech.com Steadicam Smoothee

There’s a rea­son why Steadicam’s name is syn­ony­mous with smooth video – the com­pany has built its rep­u­ta­tion on pro prod­ucts, and this con­sumer phone (or GoPro) coun­ter­weight is a great way to neaten up your shots with­out the oft-ro­botic smooth­ness of bat­tery-pow­ered gim­bals. $220,lemac.com.au

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