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Zhiyun-Tech WEEBILL LAB Handheld Stabilizer for Mirrorless Cameras $299 + free s/h

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Seems like a great deal. Haven't been following prices on these gimbals. Anyone wanna chime in?
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Seems like a great deal. Haven't been following prices on these gimbals. Anyone wanna chime in?
I agree, that's a good price!
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I'd get the weebill lab S.
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I'd get the weebill lab S.
What's the difference between the 2? Battery? Features?
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What's the difference between the 2? Battery? Features?
Improved battery life, higher torque (can supposedly balance a Canon 5D Mark IV with 24-70 F/2.8 II), better software and algorithms, improved control/interface.

I have the Weebill S and it could definitely balance my 6D Mark II with 24-70 F/2.8 II and EOS R with RF 24-105mm F/4 with no problems.
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I have this version. I would wait to get the newer s version. This claims like 6 pounds of weight, but you cannot use heavier lenses even if it falls under the 6 pound threshold. You will run into balancing issues where you will no ot have full range of motion because the camera will hit the gimbal. However, if you are shooting with aps-c or micro 4/3... this gimbal is perfect. I used this with my aps-c Sony a6000 with aps-c lenses like a dream.
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