A central joystick on the gimbal allows you to perform simple pan and tilt camera moves in a thumb movement. Additional features like continuous roll allow you to really get creative with shots and edits to make dynamic visuals. The ability to lock the camera during movement and get it to work with the handle above the camera allow for real ease of use.
Ronin-S has an integrated follow focus system that is compatible with a wide range of cameras, you can see if you camera is compatible here https://d32xrmdsd5z66d.cloudfront.net/Products+info/Ronin-S+Camera+Compatibility+List+(2018.05.29).pdf. An optional external motor will be available for focus pulling on unsupported cameras rumoured to cost around $199 (£179).
Ronin-S is fully programable using SmartTrack on the Ronin app so you can set timed tracking paths. There are modes available for panorama, motionlapse and timelapse.
One really nice feature for vloggers is its 180 turn feature, so the user can spin the camera back and forth between them and what is happening behind the camera.
Optional remote controls are available for times where you want an operator to use the gimbal on say a monopod for long sweeping shots and the controls are inaccessible. You can sit back and just frame your compositions remotely on the fly.