Hey, guys,Today, we’re gonna take a look at Ibis versus Gamble. I’ve get this question quite a bit in the comment section. People saying, well, if you have a really great ibis, just like the G.H. five has. Do you even need a gamble?
What’s the point of having a gamble? So for me, there are different tools is basically the right tool for the job. I used a to get kind of cinematic smooth motion, and this is great for a handheld and some walking shots.
Now here I have a G.H. five with a twelve to thirty five, version two.
So this is using the latest and greatest duel. Yes. Two point. Oh. And this is arguably probably the best ibis system on the market. The Olympus A1 Mach two is also very good, but they’re either neck and neck. Maybe this one slightly better.
Here I have a Sony, a sixty three hundred. So no ibis in here.
And the lens that I have turned off the steady shot. So absolutely no stabilization other than the Gimbel. No, no, no ways. This was to be a comparison between these two cameras.
I just have one G.H. five and I don’t want to keep taking it on and off. So we’re gonna make a little easier this way. But we’ll see what you can get with no stabilization at all other than the GIMPLE itself and the really, really nice Dulay. Yes. 2.0 IBIS system.
So the first test we’re gonna do is gonna be a walking test, just like if you’re walking and recording of logging, recording somebody else, something like that, I’m going to walk as smoothly as I can. With the GS five, with the dual I Yes. 2.0 system. And then we’ll switch over to the Gimbel.
This lens is quite impressive for the dual eye, yes. I don’t think I’ve seen anything as smooth as this.
The next thing we’re gonna test is running shots now.
A few years ago, we wouldn’t even think about running with a camera, especially one this small in hand. You’re either having a dolly set up a car or in a vehicle or something like that. I’m going to try to be as ready as I can with a g h five. Then I’ll switch over to the Gimbel.
All right. Gimel time. All right, next, we’re going gonna do a vlog walk and once again, 12 mm, so twenty four equivalent.
Hey, guys, this is me. Testing the G five with a really nice dual I. S 2.0 system for logging.
This is logging with a sixty three hundred on a gimbel. We’ll see how smooth it is. And of course, I can’t see myself the framing because there’s no flip out screen. Now I’m going to simulate kind of like a pair lapsing Michael Bay type shot, about 70 mil equivalent on both lenses and we’ll see how they do.
All right, so our last shot going to simulating a slider, doing like a revealing shot.
And this test are going to compare how it is just having a steady shot, holding the camera onto a subject. How a camera is no stabilization at all compares to the really nice do ibis at about 70 mil equivalent.
All right, guys. So that was a quick comparison between using a gamble and a really, really nice Abers system. I have a lot of different uses that I do with my Gimbel, and we just showed him off this video and saw how this compared.
Let me know, you guys, his opinions and what you thought in the comment section below. And are there any use cases where you can replace a gimbel with just a really nice dual ibis system? Yes. For watching.