I'm looking forward to getting this gimbal, but have 2 doubts, first, does it act as a remote shooter? what I mean, is on setting a timelapse does the gimbal also takes the pictures? or do I need to use a separate controller to set the shooter, and second, how do I attach this to a tripod? I've been doing some browsing and have only found people using the small "tripod" that comes along, but not using a real tripod, do I need to get anything else?

  • If you put the camera on a real tripod anyway, why the stabilized gimbal? – xenoid Apr 5 '19 at 6:35
  • I decided to go for the gimbal for automated shots (timelapse, etc), and also I do sports shoots outdoors, so I'm looking for a budget tripod and the gimbal – Camilo Casadiego Apr 5 '19 at 10:50

After some research and reading the specs got to understand that the gimbal itself is almost useless regarding camera control, there are chances that for some models actions like taking a picture can work, but besides that, you cannot do anything, so have to go also for a remote shooter to get time-lapse with movement

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