FEIYU TECH SPG V/S DJI OSMO PLUS : BATTLE OF TWO TOP GUNS IN SMARTPHONE GIMBAL MARKET
Smartphone camera is great, shaky video is not. Here we bring in the gimbals in the scene and the whole things change drastically. Smartphone Gimbals are the tools for the professional or those who want to make their video look like professional. These smart and durable devices keep the camera steady and smooth out the shot. Today, here in this article we have brought out two of the most impressive smartphone gimbal for comparison, the DJI Osmo Plus, and Feiyu Tech SPG. Osmo Plus which is pretty much known for its built-in camera on the other hand SPG is a generic solution providing exclusive features for unleashing the full potential of mobile videography.
Both follow the same design principles, basically, we get a long handle, some counterbalancing arms, the motors and the actual smartphone holders. When compared on the basis of the design department, DJI Osmo is the one with the coolest look. It gives an impression like it came out of a cockpit of an aircraft or something, it looks amazing in the hand with the premium look it comes with and it is also the most ergonomic out of all in this range. The only downside that one can notice is the lack of standard tripod mount on the underside. However, on the other hand, Feiyu Tech is the most generic looking gimbal but it is the most compact one which makes it really easy to travel with and top of that it offers two ¼ inches mount on its handle both for vertical and horizontal attachment. Best of all SPG features a splash-proof body which makes the device a perfect gear to carry even in rainy weather.
Mounting and balancing
Getting ready for action is super easy as it takes no more than 30 seconds to do. Both pretty much follow the same process. Basically, you just place your smartphone into the holder and from there we get a fine tool to roll angle. As far as SPG is concerned it comes with a smart knob and a sliding arm, once you get a perfect balance next simply tighten the knob and it’s done. DJI follows the same principle simply mount the smartphone in the holder and adjust the arm for the perfect balance and once done t