Youtube user, Brandon Rice recently uploaded this short test video that was shot using the new CAME-Optimus gimbal! The camera he used in conjunction with the Optimus was the Panasonic GH4 with a Rokinon 12mm lens.
The CAME-Optimus has a brand new frame design that allows the gimbal to be operated completely inverted or underslung. All the motors on the Optimus rotate a full 360 degrees without limitation for greater range and flexibility during operation. The single handle can be changed to Dual Handles depending on the camera operator's requirement. Brandon Rice, also uploaded a review video on the new Optimus that you should check out below!
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Youtube user, Brandon Rice uploaded this quick review on the new CAME-Optimus gimbal! The video goes through his first impressions and he even adds a little bit of sample footage at the end. The camera he used in the video was the Panasonic GH4.
The CAME-Optimus is the successor to our very successful CAME-Single gimbal. The new frame design allows the Optimus gimbal to be operated completely inverted or underslung. All motors rotate a full 360 degrees without limitation for greater range and flexibility during operation. The single handle can be changed to Dual Handles depending on the camera operator's requirement.
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Hungry Boy Productions, shared this wonderfully shot wedding highlight video that they recently filmed. They used a bunch of a gear for the shoot and one piece of gear they used was our CAME-TV Single gimbal! Although, they didn't specify what their exact setup with the CAME-Single was - they did say this,
"All gimbal, slider shots taken with Tokina 11-16 F2.8 Lens and all slow motion done on a blackmagic micro cinema camera (bmmcc) with a Panasonic 12-35 2.8"
The CAME-Single offers full 3-axis stabilization with a built-in joystick and brushless motors with encoders. It's extremely easy to balance with it's tool-less design and portable body, making it easy to take with you for shoots. The CAME-Single has an internal battery that will allow it to operate for up to 20 hours.
MyLifeIn4K, uploaded this video that was filmed by Bruce Doan of a video walkthrough at the Soka University International Festival. The video is great because it gives a little bit of insight of how it must of been walking through the crowd at the festival. It was filmed with the CAME-TV Single gimbal paired with the Sony a6300 with a Sony 10-18mm lens!
The CAME-Single works as a great portable 3-axis gimbal that can easily be balanced and carried around. With Single now including the new Dual Gimbal Handles, it provides the gimbal operators with smooth camera panning and tilt motions. The tool-less adjustment of the Dual Handles allow for easy configuration and can even act as a stand when the handles are positioned right angled to the cross bar.
GlainKanVision, recently uploaded this quick test video of him trying out the CAME-Single with the new Sony a6300 camera! The camera lens he used was the Sony Zeiss 16-70 F/4.
The Single gimbal is designed to be operated with just one hand. The encoders on the CAME-Single: prevent the motors from losing sync/skipping steps, provides important information about the frame and also decreases the power consumption - increasing the battery life. The Single now comes with the new Dual Gimbal Handles that will give the gimbal operator smoother pan & tilt motions.