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Canon 80D with stablizer/gimble or DJI Osmo Pocket

DJI Osmo Pocket or 80D w/ Gimble


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EnderZ

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Hey guys,

I'm shooting later in the year for an event, it's nothing extreme, but it's preferred to have a stabilized camera of some sort.

I attempted to shoot with a 70D with no stabilized lens or gimble, terrible idea because it created a lot of work for post stablization.
I should have enough finances to go with either route. I'm deciding whether or not I should get an 80D along with a gimble for stabilization, I have all the lens needed.
Or if I should just save a bit of cash and go with the DJI Osmo Pocket.

I'm probably stating the obvious and shouldn't even be asking, the DJI Osmo Pocket is 4K at 60FPS whereas the 80D is 1080P at 60FPS although I believe the sensor is obviously better on the 80D, but this isn't any crazy production so I'm assuming the Pocket is the easiest for this job.

I'll also be getting a DJI Spark for the video so I'll also be able to use that as an additional camera/gimble if needed.
 

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If the event is inside, stay away from a osmo pocket, the sensor will introduce a lot of noise. 80D doesnt have stabilsation either but the 60FPS should help in post. You better off going with a m50 which at least offers Digital IS and 60fps and then you can pump the money you save on 2 or 3 batteries for the m50 and maybe a ef-m 22mm f2 lens.
 

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