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Fuji XT-3 + Roxant Pro Video Camera Stabilizer?


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Hello guys, I'm about to order an XT3 camera from Fuji, and I'm looking for a tripod/stabilizer to use with it, as cheap as possible but good value.
This camera: https://www.coolblue.nl/product/819482/fujifilm-x-t3-body-zwart.html

Can I use this? https://www.amazon.com/Official-stabilizer-Limited-Midnight-Smartphone/dp/B00S10KFTC/ref=sr_1_1?fst=as%3Aoff&qid=1567014819&refinements=p_n_feature_keywords_browse-bin%3A7414838011&rnid=4007141011&s=electronics&sr=1-1

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I haven't seen anything but a gimbal or glidecam/flycam provide sufficient stability for an un-stabilized camera body before. The latter is still pretty cheap. Or, buy a used gimbal.

Also, wider lenses will help the image appear to be more stabilized. When you're starting out, you may want to to use a lens between 10mm and 23mm. For long walking shots on a gimbal, I use as 12mm because anything above that and I notice bouncing in my walking steps. 

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