In this quick video posted by Youtube user, Joe Taravella, he takes his new CAME-Single gimbal out for a test run! The footage looks great, especially when he walks up and down the stairs. He used his Sony A7S with a Sony 10-18mm F4 lens.The new CAME-Single is one of the first commercially available 3-Axis 32-bit basecam controlled gimbals that offer brushless motors with Encoders.
Encoders are often used in Robotics for highly accurate monitoring of motor position. Some of the benefits of using Encoders are to: prevent motors from losing synchronization and skipping steps, provides important information about frame and camera angles, decreases power consumption (longer battery life), increases Torque, increases precision of stabilization, and more.
Currently our only gimbal with motor encoders is our CAME-Single.
Youtube user, SWAF Jarrad, posted some quick test footage from his CAME-Single 3-Axis gimbal. In the video, he does mention that he had some trouble in the beginning, but once he changed the lens on his camera, everything was a lot smoother. His setup in the video was a Panasonic GH-4 with a Panasonic 14-140mm lens. Check out his footage below!
Here's a quick test of the CAME-Single that AeroVideo shot with his Sony A7S camera plus a Sony 28-70mm lens.
The new CAME-SINGLE is one of the first commercially available 3-Axis 32-bit basecam controlled gimbals that offer brushless motors with Encoders.The design of the CAME-SINGLE allows the shooter to operate the gimbal with just one hand and has a 1/4-20 and 3/8 threaded mounting point located under the handle.
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The CAME-Single is equipped with brushless motors that have encoders. The encoders prevent motors from losing synchronization, skipping steps, decreases power consumption, increases Torque, increases the precision of the stabilization and provides important information about frame and camera angles.