The CAME-Single gimbal has a max payload of roughly 2.6 lbs and is perfect for camera setups like the Panasonic GH4, BMPCC, BMMCC and the Sony A7s/A7r series cameras. The CAME-Single is designed to be used one handed and is extremely portable while its packed in the hard case that it comes in.
With my Sony A7s and 16-35mm f4 lens.. Not to forget my Came Gimbal Single.
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Along with the test video, he wrote up a very detailed article about his experiences with the CAME-Single paired with the Sony a6300 and Sony 16-35mm lens. In the article he does mention that he had to modify the Single's QR plate because the 16-35mm lens barrel was hitting the plate. His workaround was to add two washers to the QR plate to raise the camera up slightly, so that the lens barrel clears. We encourage you to check out his article, which you can read here.
A couple of things I like a lot about the CAME-TV Single is I didn’t need any tools to balance it and no software tweaks to get it to work right. This is a huge time saver in the field.
A few customers have reported that their recently purchased Mini-3 gimbal did not have an instructional manual that came with it. For those who are in need of it, you can find an online version of the manual available for viewing & download here.
We've received a few reports from CAME-Single customers who are experiencing problems pairing their CAME-Single with the wireless bluetooth remote . Please first note that all gimbals leave the warehouse pre-paired, and should NOT require this process. However, for those experiencing the problem of not having their gimbal & remote paired right out of the box, please follow the video below for a few additional steps on how to manually do so.
1. Find a small metal stick like a paper clip to use as your main tool.
2. Make sure your wireless remote receiver is properly installed in your Single.
3. Power on both your Single and remote.
4. Poke the metal stick into the remote's center hole for about 5 seconds.
5. Poke the metal stick into the tiny hole on the Single's handle & hold it there. Move the joystick around and the gimbal should eventually respond to the joystick movements (this could take a few minutes).
Lastly, if you have problems pairing the newer CSWR-4 remote, please follow the process shown in the video below to sync it with your gimbal.
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A bit of a struggle to balance my Sony A6300 on my @cametv single with this Canon 200-400 F4 but once I did it has easily become my go-to gimbal lens!
I almost managed it by strapping a 6kg weight onto the hot shoe but it wasn't quite right. When I added a LCD screen protector film it made all the difference.
It's amazing flying this at the end of the lens with the 1.4 extender engaged on the lens and 2x clear image zoom on the Sony! All gimbals should be used at 1792mm equivalent field of view!
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In the video, JClineFilms, shoots a number of tests and actually films himself while he's shooting with his other hand. The CAME-Single is a one handed gimbal that can hold lightweight camera setups that don't exceed 2.6 lbs. It's completely tool-less and comes equipped with a quick release plate that makes balancing your camera extremely easy.