Youtube reviewer, Tom Antos, uploaded this detailed review on our CAME-Prodigy gimbal! In the video, you'll notice that Tom Antos primarily used our Prodigy with the new Blackmagic Ursa Mini 4k.
The CAME-Prodigy gimbal is our largest 3-axis gimbal in our gimbal family. The Prodigy is designed to hold large camera setups and its replacing our old CAME-8000 gimbal. The maximum payload the Prodigy can handle is roughly 11 lbs./4.9 kg, making it perfect for the BMCC, CANON C100/C300, RED EPIC, CANON 5D Series/7D Series, etc. All motors rotate a full 360 degrees without limitation for greater range and flexibility during operation.
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Check out this video that Darryl Smith posted of him using the CAME-Single with a Panasonic and a Panasonic 8mm f/3.5 ED Fisheye lens!
Although, the video is mostly a test on how the Panasonic GH4 looks when the 4K is down converted to 1080, he does use the CAME-Single gimbal the whole time. The CAME-Single is made to hold camera setups that are no more than 2.6lbs(1.2kg). The encoders that are built into the brushless motors allow the gimbal to be extremely stable and use up less battery than needed. The CAME-Single can operate for up to 20 hours when it's fully charged.
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