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 comments6,764 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 Can a Super Fast NVMe Drive Help Your Video Editing? 792 views2 min read Video Product Reviews Is the GH5 10bit a Game Changer over the 8bit Sony a6500? 2,300 views4 min read Video Product Reviews Edelkrone Motion Module for SliderONE Review 1,135 views2 min read 6 comments 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?