Video stabilizing gimbals. That’s not an accessory that always comes to mind in everyday life, but they are so, so useful. Once you set your iPhone 11 Pro Max inside the gimbal, electronic motors work to keep everything stable and smooth while you film. That transforms your video into something amazing almost instantaneously.
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Not sure what the best video stabilizing gimbals are for the iPhone 11 Pro Max? Follow along below, and we’ll show you our favorites for one of Apple’s best phones yet!
You can never go wrong with a gimbal from MOZA. Just like other gimbals out there — set your iPhone 11 Pro Max inside the mount, and you’re pretty much ready to start filming. One of the cool things about the Mini-S is just how much control you have over filming — you can switch it between landscape and portrait filming modes as needed.
The MOZA Mini-S works with more than just the iPhone 11 Pro Max, too. The clasp is adjustable, so you can adjust it to pretty much any phone size that you have.
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DJI Osmo Pocket
If you don’t want to set such a big phone in a smartphone mount, you can’t go wrong with the Osmo Pocket. The Osmo Pocket works independently of your iPhone 11 Pro Max; however, you do have to have the Osmo Pocket app on your phone in order to manipulate footage.
There’s some really impressive camera quality in the Osmo Pocket. It’s no cheap camera, able to actually film in 4K resolution, and at an impressive 60 frames per second. Picture quality is truly amazing, and the overall hardware is low profile enough that you can it with you anywhere.
DJI Osmo Mobile 2
The Osmo Mobile 2 will be a great addition to your iPhone 11 Pro Max — what we love about this one in particular is the film tech in DJI’s drones, and because of that, you’re going to be shocked at the sheer smoothness and stabilization that you’ll get.
There are plenty of functions, features, and shortcuts right on the handle. You’ll just have to connect over Bluetooth, and then you should be able to use them without a hitch.
Once you setup the iPhone 11 Pro Max in the smartphone mount and connect up over Bluetooth, the DJI Osmo Mobile 2 is ready to start recording. It is worth mentioning that the Osmo Mobile 2 does have its own battery, so when you will want to make sure that it’s fully charged before a day full of filming.
Zhiyun Smooth 4
Zhiyun also makes an excellent gimbal for the iPhone 11 Pro Max — the Smooth 4. You can set this inside the smartphone mount, adjust the clasp, and then you’re ready to start filming. One of the cool things about the Smooth 4 is that, because of the adjustable clasp, you can use the Smooth 4 with most smartphones on the market — just adjust the clasp to their size!
There might be a few less functions or shortcuts on the Smooth 4 itself than others, but it’s still a great gimbal that you can use for stabilizing and smoothing out your video. You’ll still find at least most of your favorites start and stop recording, zoom, and shutter.
One of the unique things about the Smooth 4 is that it comes with a tripod attachment in the package, so you can easily use this for motion filming, or for creating standstill video.
We love what Snoppa is offering in the Atom. The Atom is no DJI or Zhiyun, but it’ll still transform your iPhone 11 Pro Max into a portable production studio. Don’t get us wrong, the iPhone 11 Pro Max can already take some stellar photos, but paired with the Atom, you’ll be able to stabilize your footage enough to where you could compare it to cinema-level quality.
Snoppa worked to make sure that the gimbal was lightweight and easy to travel with. That said, you can take this with you anywhere, and without much of a hassle. This one connects over Bluetooth, and actually has 24-hour battery life. So, you don’t necessarily have to make sure this is charged all the time.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max has an excellent camera setup, but if you do videography or film video at all, you’ll definitely want to make sure that you have a video stabilizing gimbal to go with it. Set your phone inside, and you’ll be able to create footage as smooth as you would see in the cinema! Our favorite here comes from DJI in the form of the Osmo Mobile 2.
Do you have a favorite gimbal that you use or would like to use with the iPhone 11 Pro Max? Let us know in the comments section below.