5 Best Video Stabilizing Gimbal For LG V40 ThinQ

The LG V40 ThinQ has an absolutely amazing dual camera on the back. It can take phenomenal stills, and even better video footage. In fact, software is optimized for taking really great video, allowing users to adjust many camera features manually in order to obtain the perfect shot. While this goes a long way to taking great video, it is still difficult to keep the video smooth due to the shakiness and lack of precision our hands have. Luckily, there is an easy way to solve that, and that’s with a video stabilizing gimbal.

Not sure what video stabilizing gimbal to pick up for your LG V40 ThinQ? Follow along below, and we’ll show you the best options. Here are our top picks.


DJI OSMO Mobile Gimbal

If you have never heard of DJI before, you have probably been living under a rock! They make excellent consumer drones, and the smoothness they’re able to obtain from so high up in the air is nothing short of amazing. DJI has packed that same technology in the OSMO Mobile Gimbal, so you can imagine the quality of video you would get in using this gimbal with the V40 ThinQ.

There is a lot of really neat shortcuts on the DJI OSMO Mobile gimbal. Hook up the V40 ThinQ over Bluetooth, and you’ll be able to access shortcuts like start and stop recording, shutter, time lapse, panoramic recording, and more.


Hohem 3-Axis Gimbal

If you do not want to break the bank in buying a video stabilizing gimbal, the Hohem 3-Axis Gimbal will be right up your alley. One of the neat things about this gimbal is that it can easily handle heavy smartphones, even if they have hefty phone cases on like the Otterbox Defender. With three axis’ available to you, you can setup your LG V40 ThinQ in the perfect position for recording or taking photos.



Neewer Stabilizer Grip

The Neewer Stabilizer Grip is the best video stabilizing gimbal for LG V40 ThinQ for those that are on a tight budget. You have a few less angles that you can record it, but this 2-in-1 stabilizer will still do really well at smoothing out your video footage. Say goodbye to ever having shaky video footage again! The neat thing about this one is that you can use it with full-size cameras, as well as smartphones. You can even switch between a tripod mode or a stabilizer mode. It also compacts down really nicely, so you can easily take this one anywhere.


EVO Shift 3

The EVO Shift 3 is one of our favorites. It’s similar to the OSMO Mobile in a lot of different ways, possibly with slightly less quality, but it’s leagues better than the Neewer and Hohem. You can easily use the EVO Shift 3 to smooth out your video footage and transform it into something that people are able to watch easier. It’s got a lot of neat features right on the handle, such as being able to manipulate zoom, start and stop recording, shutter, and more.

One of the more unique aspects of the EVO Shift 3 is the ability to charge your smartphone while using it. There’s even a cutout for using this with a tripod.


Zhiyun Smooth Q-3

The Zhiyun Smooth Q-3 might be last up on our list, but it might be one of our favorite options on this list simply because of the versatility it has. You can adjust the clasp to fit almost any smartphone on the market, including something as large as the LG V40 ThinQ. It can even fit around cases. You can connect up to the Zhiyun Smooth Q-3 over Bluetooth, and then you’ll get access to a bevy of remote features, such as start and stop recording, shutter, zoom, and so much more.


As you can see, there are a lot of excellent video stabilizing gimbals on this list for the LG V40 ThinQ. If you want to smooth our your video once and for all, any one of these gimbals will help you do so; however, if you want the best of the best in stabilization technology, you cannot go wrong with the DJI OSMO Mobile or the EVO Shift 3. The Zhiyun Smooth Q-3 isn’t a bad runner up either because of its versatility!

Do you have a favorite video stabilizing gimbal for the LG V40 ThinQ? Or is there another way you smooth out your camera footage? Let us know in the comments section below.