NEW VIDEO WITH WALKING AND RUNNING SAMPLE HERE:
This is the smallest gimbal I’ve had but how does it compare to its bigger brother the Crane 2?
The TLDR version is: if you know you’re only using a light mirrorless camera (Sony A6xxx for example) and/or your phone–this is perfect. If you’re like me and wanted to see how it would do with the A7III and 28mm lens that barely fits, do watch at 1:04 mark for a sample. In short, it gimbals the way you think it should–if you’re familiar with Zhiyun’s PF, L, and POV modes it can work fine. Just don’t expect it to be as smooth as the Crane 2 [or its other competitors like the Ronin S/C] and for sure don’t expect to roll your camera with the M2.
And don’t even think about putting a proper cinema camera on this.
For the traveler, vlogger, or event videographer who just needs a few shots on the gimbal (10% of your total sizzle reel), this fits the bill.If you’re planning on using the gimbal all day, its built in battery lasts up to 7 hours and charges via USB C.
You can buy the Zhiyun Crane M2 here:
(non-affiliate link but I will disclose that FotoPal sent me a unit to review)
Filmed primarily on the RX10II.
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