Feiyutech Vimble 2S review: Is it the best selfie stabilizer?
The Feiyutech Vimble 2S is a very fun smartphone gimbal that makes it easy to shoot selfies, record yourself, and cover unconventional angles. It's not the best option at its price if you want an all-rounder, but this expandable smartphone gimbal offers something a little different than the rest of the pack.
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