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War Eagles Air Museum

Discussion in 'Osmo (Handheld Gimbal)' started by dspear237, Nov 8, 2015.

  1. dspear237

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    Took the DJI Osmo over to the War Eagles Air Museum in Santa Teresa, New Mexico for a quick tour.

     
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  2. Kauaigene

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    Shot with what?
     
  3. dspear237

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    Shot with the DJI Osmo...default settings.
     
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    Loaches and Mig-21s oh my! What a cool museum. Must visit if ever in the area.
     
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    Very wobbly.. Not impressed by the stabilization.
     
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    So, I'm wondering how it would look with the trigger held. Since the natural state of the gimbal is to follow movement of the operator, it makes sense that it would move when walking. However, if the trigger is held in, it should hold position regardless of the grip attitude or movement. I think. Will test later today and post back here. My Osmo arrived last night.
     
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    The deal breaker for me was the audio. It simply sucks on the Osmo without an external mic.
     
  8. dspear237

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    I believe that has to do more with my stride rather than the gimbal. DJI Tutorials has actually posted a video on the best way to "walk" with the Osmo. For me...I've noticed that I prefer walking forward in a straight-ish line with the camera panned to the left or right. Side-stepping around an object makes the bouncing even worse, IMO.