Previous Sony MPK URX100A Underwater Housing for the RX100 Quick Review Next MSI 14″ GS43VR Phantom Pro Notebook Review for Video Editing Product Reviews Zhiyun Crane V2 vs Crane M June 6, 20176 comments1,078 views1 min read 6 comments Watch LaterRemove Cinema Mode Which one should I buy? Pricing Zhiyun Crane Zhiyun Crane M “As you know I’m hooked on Gear so I’m always checking what Deals I can find at:” Weekly Deals on Gear Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email You may also like Video Product Reviews Comparing Sony 70-200mm F2.8 vs F4 Outdoor Swimming 335 views1 min read Video Product Reviews Sony MPK URX100A Underwater Housing for the RX100 Quick Review 116 views1 min read Video Product Reviews MSI 14″ GS43VR Phantom Pro Notebook Review for Video Editing 369 views2 min read 6 comments Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Those things have come a long way in just a few years. @Gene, yes they have! I love the progress! Nice comparison. I could swear you’re reading my mind. Did you mention you had the 18-105 on it? I had a tough time choosing between the two as well… I almost went with the M thinking I would use it strictly as a gimbal for my a6300. After all – it seems the a6000/6300/6500 was made for these things !! But the little man on my shoulder kept asking “what if you want to fly your a7s on there?” I couldn’t shake the “what if’s” so I sprung for the regular crane. In all fairness – I also had a $60 off coupon code, so that made the decision a little more of a no-brainer. And at the time, the “M” was still over $500. So NOW – having owned it for a while… I’ve never put my a7s on there. The a6300 is just the perfect cam for it. I’d say anyone thinking the same thing would probably be well served with the M version. If there’s any thought you’d want to fly a heavier camera – or heavier lens…then certainly consider the regular version. But your testing seems to confirm this might be a slam dunk choice for you and many. Good luck! Nice Work Dave, Thanks. Appreciate the mic info too! Do you think the Crane M can handle a GH4 with a Panasonic 25mm or Olympus 45mm?