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Hello guys,

 
I'm thinking of changing my 5D mark III for Sony Alpha A7s or A7sii because I need to 120fps for slow motion in my films. Furthermore it is lighter and me that I am traveling to 5D began to pain her back! :)
My question is if I need to buy a single gimbal for A7sii that comes with 5-axis IE. if it was necessary I must think A7s solve and the price difference would buy a gimbal. By the way which you suggest? MS1, cam Tv, 4200 Nebula, etc.
 
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If you only need the stablization to make stable handheld shots while holding the camera still the built in 5-axis IBIS of the a7 ii-series of cameras is very good.

Interviews etc. looks almost like they were done with a tripod.

 

If you want to do moving steadicam-like shots you will need a steadicam or a gimble. I have the MS1 which I am happy with, and probably is the best value for money you can get. Also remember that the "old" a7s has very very slow AF so I would not recomend it for gimbal use except in daylight when you can use the aperture to add more depth of field. 

 

If your purpose is slow-motion than remember that the "old" a7s can only do 120fps in 720p, not 1080p. If you need 1080p then go for the a7s ii or for the same price buy the old a7s AND the new a6300 for when you need 120fps/1080p video.   

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