Lets you specify the camera effect you wish to achieve as a result of stabilisation. This setting also depends on both the dynamics of your subject and the atmosphere you want to create.
And again Mercalli provides a suitable, easy-to-use tool for fine-tuning that requires no definition of mathematical settings.
Similar to the different tilt settings offered by different hardware stabilisation systems, the Mercalli settings range from a perfectly balanced camera to a camera with a tilting tendency:
This is the best camera setting for full shots, film reports, product presentations etc.
With lighter delay
The slight delay in the camera movement can help achieve a significant harmonisation, particularly when combined with slow, slightly tilted camera movements. Could be used for footage filmed from a moving motorcycle.
With slugginess effect
Lets you combine irregular movements contained in a scene, such as pan shots with rotations, with an inertia effect, to balance the whole sequence of movements. Could be used for footage filmed from a small boat.
Tending to tilt
This setting balances footage as described for the inertia effect, but is more intensive and can result in a strong tilt effect.
It also lets you noticeably compensate very slow luffing camera movements. Could be used for a panorama shot filmed from a slowly swaying cruise liner.