5 Best Video Stabilizing Gimbals For Galaxy Note 10

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 comes with an upgraded camera, giving you three lenses that work together to bring you unprecedented detail in your photos and videos. However, even with built-in optical image stabilization (OIS), camera footage can still come out shaky because of our hands; however, there’s still a way around that.

ProductBrandNamePrice
DJIDJI Osmo Pocket Handheld 3 Axis Gimbal StabilizerBuy on Amazon|$399(Price as of 10/23/2019 14:33 ET)
DJIDJI osmo Mobile 2 Handheld Smartphone GimbalBuy on Amazon|$124(Price as of 10/23/2019 15:30 ET)
EVO GimbalsEVO Shift 3 Axis Handheld GimbalBuy on Amazon|$99(Price as of 10/23/2019 15:31 ET)
hohemHohem iSteady Mobile 3-Axis Gimbal Smartphone StabilizerBuy on Amazon|$89(Price as of 10/23/2019 14:34 ET)

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The answer is a video stabilizing gimbal. Set your Galaxy Note 10 in one, and the gimbal accessory will work to keep your footage smooth, either through electronic motors or through finding the center of gravity for your phone. Not sure what the best choices are today? Follow along below, as we show you a few of our favorites.

MOZA Mini-S

The MOZA Mini-S is one of the best gimbals that money can buy. It will work with just about any phone on the market, so you can use this with either the Galaxy Note 10 or the much larger Galaxy Note 10+. Set your Galaxy Note 10 inside, and let the MOZA Mini-S do all of the work.

The MOZA Mini-S is an easy one to setup — set your Galaxy Note 10 in the phone holder, and then the gimbal itself does all of the work. Once you hook up by way of Bluetooth, there are a variety of controls that you have right on the handle — such as being able to control your phone’s camera, and even the ability to switch between landscape and portrait modes for streaming. MOZA includes a handful of useful features on the handle itself as well.

DJI Osmo Pocket

We really like the DJI Osmo Pocket, because it takes videos to the next level. This one is essentially a remote gimbal that works independently of the Galaxy Note 10. It can connect up to your Galaxy Note 10 either by cable or over Bluetooth, and then you can take photos or video with the Osmo Pocket itself. Then, it’s either stored on the Osmo Pocket itself, or is stored on the Galaxy Note 10 or a microSD card.

Video quality is stunning here. It takes photos, but if you want to film video, you can so with up to 4K resolution. and at a whole 60 frames per second. That’s a pretty big file, so you’ll want to make sure that you have plenty of space, too.

Buy on Amazon|$399(Price as of 10/23/2019 14:33 ET)

DJI Osmo Mobile 2

If you’re looking for the traditional gimbal, look no further than the prowess of the DJI Osmo Mobile 2. DJI, being one of the leaders in video stabilization technology, means that you cannot go wrong with this. You get many of the same features that comes in their iron stabilization tech, which means there is some seriously smooth video inside.

You can say goodbye to choppy video once and for all!

Just like the MOZA Mini-S, there are tons of features right on the handle. Hook it up over Bluetooth, and you’ll get quick access to things like start and stop recording, shutter, live streaming, panorama, time lapse, slow motion, etc.

Buy on Amazon|$124(Price as of 10/23/2019 15:30 ET)

Evo Shift 3

The Evo Shift 3 is up next, and actually works really well with the Galaxy Note 10. As far as design goes, it actually has a slightly more modern and sleek feel to the accessory.

This one comes with a variety of stabilization modes as well –there are actually three options. With these modes, you’ll be able to easily re-create some of the crazy shots found in multi-million dollar productions.

What we really love about the Evo Shift 3 is the battery life that this bad boy sports. There’s a whopping 10 hours of juice inside, which leaves you with plenty of time to film.

Buy on Amazon|$99(Price as of 10/23/2019 15:31 ET)

Hohem iSteady

Last up, but certainly not least, we have the Hohem iSteady. This 3-axis gimbal will bring about the same amount of smoothness to your video than some of the other gimbals on our countdown. However, with 3-axis’ that you can manipulate, you’ll be able to create some excellent cinematic footage.

Hook up your Galaxy Note 10 via Bluetooth, and there are a variety of button shortcuts on the handle that you can use as well.

Buy on Amazon|$89(Price as of 10/23/2019 14:34 ET)

Verdict

As you can see, there are a lot of excellent video stabilizing gimbals that you can use with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10. If you’re looking to smooth out your video and create a stunning cinematic experience, just about any one of these will help you do so; however, you cannot go wrong with gimbals like from DJI or from Zhiyun.

Do you have a favorite video stabilizing gimbal for the Galaxy Note 10? Let us know in the comments section below.

ProductBrandNamePrice
DJIDJI Osmo Pocket Handheld 3 Axis Gimbal StabilizerBuy on Amazon|$399(Price as of 10/23/2019 14:33 ET)
DJIDJI osmo Mobile 2 Handheld Smartphone GimbalBuy on Amazon|$124(Price as of 10/23/2019 15:30 ET)
EVO GimbalsEVO Shift 3 Axis Handheld GimbalBuy on Amazon|$99(Price as of 10/23/2019 15:31 ET)
hohemHohem iSteady Mobile 3-Axis Gimbal Smartphone StabilizerBuy on Amazon|$89(Price as of 10/23/2019 14:34 ET)

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