You’ve stabilized your video but the following issues remain:
Wobble & jello
The reason for this is that almost all action cameras, DSLR cameras and many pro cams rely on CMOS imaging sensors. When cameras with CMOS sensors are subjected to shaking or vibrations the recorded images are often full of CMOS distortions like wobble, jello, vibration jitter, and skew.
These issues are a real challenge for typical video stabilizers, which can smooth bumps and shakes, but can’t do anything for CMOS distortions. Only Mercalli V4 is able to correct BOTH shakes & CMOS distortions – and its automatic!
Have a look at the video on the left hand side, you will see what ONLY correcting CMOS distortions in the video looks like. Notice there is virtually no zoom-in.
First remove CMOS distortions and look forward to better overall video quality.
Jitter and wobble-free video is a critical first-step before applying any stabilization to further correct undesirable camera movements!
Forget worrying about vibration, shakes, or complicated mounting devices. Don’t get frustrated with expensive or heavy gyros or gimbals, which are not able to remove CMOS distortions and shorten battery life (if you’re shooting from an aerial plane/copter) due to added weight. Forget incam stabilization, which only decreases the video resolution, often does a sub-optimal job of stabilizing, and can’t correct CMOS distortions.
Simply mount the camera wherever you want on whatever you want and focus on getting that fantastic shot – leave the stabilizing and distortion corrections to Mercalli V4
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