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Deco Gear 3-Axis Handheld Cell Phone Gimbal Stabilizer EXPIRED

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Buydig has Deco Gear 3-Axis Handheld Cell Phone Gimbal Stabilizer on sale for $49.95. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Features:
  • Fits phones with widths 5.5-6.1 inches and iOS/Android
  • Multiple Shooting Modes
  • Pan, Tilt, Roll Motors
  • One-Key Back Original Position
  • Front/Rear Camera Switch Button
  • Face Tracking
  • USB Charging
  • Approx. 4 hour battery life
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Deco Gear 3-Axis Handheld Cell Phone Gimbal Stabilizer [buydig.com] $49.95 + free shipping
  • Fits phones with widths 5.5-6.1 inches and iOS/Android
  • Multiple Shooting Modes
  • Pan, Tilt, Roll Motors
  • One-Key Back Original Position
  • Front/Rear Camera Switch Button
  • Face Tracking
  • USB Charging
  • Approx. 4 hour battery life
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Honestly, I don't know why anyone needs an app for these handheld gimbals. They're not tough to operate. Sure you can mess with the joystick and buttons through the app, but honestly, I've used this mainly to keep the cell phone camera straight on at what I'm shooting at, or where i can tilt it and it goes where I'm pointing.

From my experience, the most important adjustments on a phone gimbal, is the roll axis adjuster (goes left and right and prevents the phone from rolling left/right) and tilt adjuster (goes up and down, but prevents the phone from tilting forward/backwards). That's it.

From the pictures it doesn't seem like there's a roll adjuster, but I could be wrong, and it could be the cradle that's adjustable left and right.
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I have not used the DJI model, but for about 20 or $30 more, moza has a smartphone gimbal that is really nice
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How does this compare to the dji one?
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How does this compare to the dji one?
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Amazon reviews say the device and app is glitchy. Anyone have personal experience with this?
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How does this compare to the dji one?
I have not used the DJI model, but for about 20 or $30 more, moza has a smartphone gimbal that is really nice
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How does this compare to the dji one?
I've had the DJI Osmo Mobile 2 and it's nice, but doesn't like to balance large phones, such as the Samsung Galaxy Note9. Plus many times the app drops connection.
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How do you measure phone compatibility? It says 5.5-6.1 inches. Is that diagonally?

I guess my question is if it will work with the galaxy note 9? That phone has a diagonal screen size of 6.4 inches.
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Amazon reviews say the device and app is glitchy. Anyone have personal experience with this?
Not this one but that's been my experience with other cheap gimbals.
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Honestly, I don't know why anyone needs an app for these handheld gimbals. They're not tough to operate. Sure you can mess with the joystick and buttons through the app, but honestly, I've used this mainly to keep the cell phone camera straight on at what I'm shooting at, or where i can tilt it and it goes where I'm pointing.

From my experience, the most important adjustments on a phone gimbal, is the roll axis adjuster (goes left and right and prevents the phone from rolling left/right) and tilt adjuster (goes up and down, but prevents the phone from tilting forward/backwards). That's it.

From the pictures it doesn't seem like there's a roll adjuster, but I could be wrong, and it could be the cradle that's adjustable left and right.
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How do you measure phone compatibility? It says 5.5-6.1 inches. Is that diagonally?

I guess my question is if it will work with the galaxy note 9? That phone has a diagonal screen size of 6.4 inches.
same question here, I got a phone with 7.2 inch diagonal size
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I have not used the DJI model, but for about 20 or $30 more, moza has a smartphone gimbal that is really nice
Yup, the Moza Mini-S. One of the best ones under $150 and more features than the DJI, foldable with USB-C and long battery life for $80:

MOZA Mini-S Foldable 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer Smartphone Gimbal:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BDGZ...oDbJANCH5N


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RQNG...oDbXP17E0Q


https://www.bestbuy.com/site/moza...hwQAvD_BwE
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Have an identical one (branded tzumi), and it's never worked right.

Then again, my iPhone 7 Plus and XS Max May have been too big for it.
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A lot of suspiciously positive comments on a zero review Moza?
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Amazon reviews say the device and app is glitchy. Anyone have personal experience with this?
Why do u need an App?
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A lot of suspiciously positive comments on a zero review Moza?
Or, only two comments and the product has reviews on Amazon:
https://smile.amazon.com/Stabiliz...way&sr=8-4
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