Nikon Z50 is Nikon’s first APS-C Z-mount mirrorless camera released in late 2019. For videographers, UHD 4K is supported up to 30fps along with Full HD recording at up to 120 fps for slow-motion playback. In order to shoot better videos and movies, a gimbal stabilizer is a must for Z50. Below are the top-rated gimbals for Nikon Z50:
Best Gimbals for Nikon Z50
|1||Zhiyun Crane-M2 3-in-1 Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer for Smartphone/Sport Action Cameras/Light Weight Mirrorless DSLR Cameras, 3-Axis All-in-One||Check Price|
1. Zhiyun Crane-M2 3-in-1 Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer for Smartphone/Sport Action Cameras/Light Weight Mirrorless DSLR Cameras, 3-Axis All-in-One
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as of May 14, 2021 6:31 pm
- ✅ ✅ Please check the Camera Compatibility List in the description carefully before purchasing, to make sure your camera and lenses are fully supported, or some functionality may not be applied. if your camera is not on the list, please contact the seller with your Camera and lens model.
- BUILT-IN OLED DISPLAY: You are able to see in which mode you are in and return of the simple mode button, also battery power level and connection status can be a clear check on OLED display
- ✅【MUST KNOW】Balance the gimbal before use: Slide the smartphoone in as close as possible to against the tilt axis motor. Loosen the Roll (Y) Axis Thumb Screw (which is on the back) to adjust the gravity center by sliding the horizontal arm.When phone stays in level in power OFF status, it is balanced.We recommend you VIEW the video tutorials, There are lots of tutorial videos on YOUTUBE that will help you master the gimbal.
- MICRO USB POWER OUTPUT: Allow you to charge your Smartphone while charging the gimbal itself while in use
- UNIQUE LOCKING PIN AND LATCH DESIGN: This design prevents the axes from swinging around during travel. By simply folding and locking up the arms, it fits into your backpack or even pocket.BUILD IN WIFI AND BLUETOOTH: Bluetooth connection with ZY Play App and Wifi connection with the camera, for more Camera control over your gimbal