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Youtube user, StabilizerNews uploaded this short film that follows a mountain biker as he goes for a ride through the woods. Except for the drone shots, the short was filmed mostly with the CAME-TV ARGO gimbal! He used the Canon 5DmkIII with two different lenses - the Canon 16-35mm & the Rokinon 35mm.
The CAME-ARGO features a 32 bit Alexmos Board and is completely tool-less. All of the motors are equipped with encoders, making the performance much more smooth and accurate while also increasing the lifespan of the battery. On the bottom of the ARGO's frame, there's a video transmitter along with a D-Tap out, which you can power an accessory like a wireless follow focus.
Although, the CAME-8000 is currently "out of stock", make sure you check out our new CAME-Prodigy that is currently available for pre-order. The new Prodigy is a replacement for the CAME-8000 and has the latest 32 bit controller with encoder technology for enhanced stability and battery efficiency. The max payload for the Prodigy is 11 lbs, making it perfect for larger camera setups.
Vimeo user, Hungry Boy Productions posted this short film called "Nolan" that was shot with the CAME-TV Single gimbal & the BMMCC (Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera). The lens he used with the BMMCC was the Panasonic 12-35mm lens.
The new version of the CAME-Single has internal rechargeable batteries with higher Voltage built into the handle which allows for more power and stability to the system. This change allows the CAME-Single to operate for up to 20 hours. The max payload that the Single can handle is about 2.6 lbs, which is perfect for lightweight camera setups. The CAME-Single now comes with the new Dual Gimbal Handles, which gives the shooter smoother camera pans and tilt motions.