Your smartphone is your best cam in the pocket.
Nowadays, your smartphone may be the best camera you've ever owned. You don't have to take an expensive camera on vacation. Most of the latest camcorders do have built-in wi-fi, but smartphones have the advantage of letting you share your clips on all apps like Facebook, YouTube, Instagram or Vine or with friends easily.
It's a nice sentiment, and very often true: When it comes to capturing life's most important moments, a camera's first duty is to simply be there at the right time—everything else is a bonus. Smartphones living in pockets are the best choice!
But there's a difference between documenting a moment and filming it. Too often, cheap video cameras and smartphones produce videos that are shaky, washed out, improperly exposed and grainy. With the right tools and techniques, however, you can take your smartphone videos from good enough to, well, pretty good.
To avoid the shaky videos and make your videos more professional. You should use a good and affordable stabilizer. In FiLMic Pro official website, they recommend DJI Osmo Mobile. Although Osmo is a good gimbal stabilizer, it has some limits and the price is very high.
Why not use a more functional and better 3-axis handheld smartphone gimbal stabilizer Shining Gimbal S1.
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FiLMiC Pro app is a powerful app, which gives the shooters more control over their phone cameras' settings, like frame rate, resolution, shutter speed etc, to let everyone to become a filmmaker just by your smartphone, instead of expensive equipment. For example, Tangerine premiered at Sundance 2015, a film shot entirely on an iPhone 5s, looks very good.
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