Question S21U jerky Video?

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Anima14

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When using a gimbal, should I turn the Video stabilization off? This is filmed on automatic UHD30 with UW lens. Was I moving too fast? Is S21U dropping frames? Advise highly appreciated, as I got these annoying little jerks spoiling the footage.
 

dajaco

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When using a gimbal, should I turn the Video stabilization off? This is filmed on automatic UHD30 with UW lens. Was I moving too fast? Is S21U dropping frames? Advise highly appreciated, as I got these annoying little jerks spoiling the footage.

Probably worth experimenting with gimbal OR software stabilisation just to see what each achieves.
Would also bear in mind that the ultrawide lens is the only one without any kind of mechanical OIS - so you would expect it to be the worst performing in terms of stabiliation.
 

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Probably worth experimenting with gimbal OR software stabilisation just to see what each achieves.
Would also bear in mind that the ultrawide lens is the only one without any kind of mechanical OIS - so you would expect it to be the worst performing in terms of stabiliation.
Might also be worth recording at 60fps and then converting it to 30 (if you need it at 30) to see what effect that has. Could be that the software does a better job when it has more frames / a higher refresh rate.
 
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    Probably worth experimenting with gimbal OR software stabilisation just to see what each achieves.
    Would also bear in mind that the ultrawide lens is the only one without any kind of mechanical OIS - so you would expect it to be the worst performing in terms of stabiliation.
    Might also be worth recording at 60fps and then converting it to 30 (if you need it at 30) to see what effect that has. Could be that the software does a better job when it has more frames / a higher refresh rate.