Learning to shoot video with a gimbal: a frustrating, yet highly rewarding experience

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A new Panasonic GH-series camera always seems to mean having to learn more about video, but that also tends to mean getting experience behind a video camera. I'd like to think I'm getting better as a videographer. Hell, I even remember to record some background audio most of the time, but the GH5S review meant having to learn about a whole new piece of kit. The GH5S's oversized sensor means there's little scope for any kind of sensor-shift stabilization, which means it's best suited to shooting ...
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