In-camera digital stabilizer or post processing - what gives better results?

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In-camera digital stabilizer or post processing - what gives better results?


I'm looking at doing some video shots of my travels over the next few months, mostly I'll be stood still - videos of oncoming trains, in the street, etc. I've currently got the EOS M6 Mark II with a Sigma 16mm f1.4.

I use DaVinci resolve for putting my clips together (unless anyone knows a better program to use for free?)

It has a stabilizer post processor filter thing, though I've not played about with it much.

So I'm just wondering really what would give the better results.. turning digital stabilization off altogether and relying on post processing - or using digital stabilization on the camera. Or maybe a mixture of both?

Or maybe I should buy a gimbal and use my Samsung S21! That does 4k 60fps whereas my M6 Mark II doesn't.. no idea what the quality is like though, or if those smartphone gimbals are even any good..


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