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Stein Olsen, posted this short test of his first try using the CAME-Single gimbal. It was shot in Norway and he used a Sony A7SII with a Zeiss 16-35 f4 Lens.
The encoders on the CAME-Single increase the torque, stabilization and helps give the gimbal a longer battery life. The CAME-Single itself weighs about 1.2kg and can carry mirror-less cameras like the BMPCC, Sony A7S/A7R cameras and the Panasonic GH4. There are three different mounting points on the grip itself - (2) 1/4-20" and (1) 3/8". The mounting points will allow the shooter to mount a monitor, microphone, tripod stand or even attach the CAME-Single to a jib. The joystick is incredibly smooth to use, giving you the option to pan and tilt as you use the CAME-Single.
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Roger Hall, from CameralandNL, took out his CAME-Single gimbal with his Sony A7S + the Sony 28-70mm f/3.6-5.7 lens and grabbed some awesome footage at his local airport!
The video not only shows footage from his camera, but also some BTS shots of Roger Hall using the CAME-Single. The battery life on the CAME-Single can operate for up to 20 hours due to the updated internal rechargeable batteries. The CAME-Single offers full 3-axis stabilization and is incredibly easy to balance for setups that are no more than 2.6 lbs. The size of the CAME-Single is perfect for mirror-less cameras such as the Panasonic GH4, Sony A7s /A7RII, and BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Cameras.
Laurent BRIERE, follows French ultra trail runner, Yoann Stuck in this documentary style video called "Town To Trail". In the video Laurent Briere used the CAME-Single paired with his Panasonic GH-4 and 12-35mm F2.8 lens.
The CAME-Single is perfect for these types of shots that require a lot of tracking and movement. The CAME-Single has a max payload of about 2.6 lbs, making it perfect for mirror-less cameras. The pieces all fit into one carrying case, which make it extremely portable and easy to carry around between locations. The CAME-Single has internal rechargeable batteries that are built into the hand grip, giving the CAME-Single more power and stability due to a higher voltage output.
Andrew Gerard, posted this final scene from a short film he's been working on. The scene was filmed entirely with the CAME-Single gimbal and his Sony A7Rii with the Fe 28mm F2 lens!
The CAME-Single is one of the first basecam controlled gimbals that offer encoders. The encoders will prevent the motors from losing sync, increase torque/stabilization and decrease power consumption. The CAME-Single is perfect for mirror-less cameras like the Panasonic GH4, the Sony A7S series, A7RII and the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema cameras. If you haven't scene Andrew Gerard last Came-Single video, watch it below!
The Monitor is a full HD 1920X1080 resolution, high contrast 3000:1 monitor, with a wide viewing angle IPS Panel. It provides a wide range of A/V connections for compatibility with SD and HD signals. Inputs and outputs include 3G HD-SDI, HDMI, Composite and Component.
The monitor features a wide horizontal and vertical viewing angle, up to 250nit and High Contrast 3000:1. This means you’ll be able to see accurate, consistent and bright images from any point of view. A selection of advanced monitoring features are available to help you properly monitor and focus your shots. Features include focus peaking, check field, screen marker and center marker. A 1:1 pixel mapping function is also available, allowing you to view the original resolution of your footage for more accurate focusing.
The monitor can be powered via the Sony V mount plate, the 12 VDC port, or a male 4-pin XLR connector. There are three handles incoporated into the monitor, two on the front and one in the rear providing ease of transfer from in or out of the case. The included aluminum case provides robust protection for field monitoring, travel and storage.
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BoomshotsTV, uploaded this music video for the song "My Space" by the band Unified Highway. The CAME-TV JX300B Dolly And Track was used setup for multiple shots, being uses as both a linear track and a curved one.
The CAME-TV Dolly and Track can be configured in a straight and/or a curved track, allowing you to assemble it in multiple ways for different types of shots. The Dolly and Track are extremely easy to assemble because of the magnetic locking system - making the Dolly and Track all tool-less. A few weeks ago, Satostudiogear, uploaded some BTS footage of them using the CAME-TV Dolly and Track during the music video shoot. Check it out below.
Andrew Gerard, recently posted this fight scene called "Two Faced", which he shot with the CAME-Single and Sony A7Rii camera with a Fe 28mm F2 lens. The short film follows two guys as they duke it out in a boxing gym.
The CAME-Single was used the whole time for the short and he shot all of it in one day. The CAME-Single has encoders built into the brushless motors allowing the gimbal to have an incredible amount of stability. A 1/4-20" and a 3/8" are located underneath the handle for mounting the CAME-Single to a tripod/monopod or to a jib. The CAME-Single comes with a hard case for easy packing and portability.
Pano Verino, recently posted his second test of the CAME-Single paired with his Sony A7Sii! The video clocks in at about a minute, but it's filled with great shots that show the stability of the CAME-Single. No post stabilization was added.
The CAME-Single is designed to be lightweight, portable and easy to use with just one hand. It has a max payload of about 2.6lbs, making it perfect for cameras like the Sony A7S series, Panasonic GH4, BMPCC, etc. If you want to see Pano Verino's first test, check it out below!
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In this in-depth review of our CAME-TV 1200W HMI Fresnel Light, ProjectNReSource, goes through his experience with the light and also the build quality and packaging. . Toward the end of the video he even shows some footage of a project he shot using the CAME-TV 1200W HMI light!
ProjectNReSource, gives great insight on his overall experiences on using the CAME-TV HMI 1200W light. The CAME-TV HMI Fresnel 1200W Light comes with the 1200W lamp head, a dimmable ballast, an aluminum case, barn doors and the power chord. The color temperature ranges from about 5600K to 6000K.
He does give some good advice on what to expect when getting the light. When dealing with high end HMI lights, striking the lights quickly after it's been powered off can cause some issues. Like he said in the video, please allow a few minutes before re-striking to avoid any damage to the bulb - a "hot re-strike" can be a problem with any HMI light.
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Pano Verino, uploaded his first test with his Sony A7Smk2 balanced with the CAME-Single gimbal! He does state that there was No Post Stabilization added in post, but the Sony's in camera image stabilization is turned on.
The video is short and mainly focuses on how his setup handles while running and walking. The CAME-Single is one of the first commercially available 3 Axis 32 bit basecam controlled gimbals to offer brushless motors with Encoders. Encoders are often used in Robotics for highly accurate monitoring of the motors position. The design of the CAME-Single is made for shooters to operate the gimbal with just one hand and a 1/4 and 3/8 thread is located under the handle for mounting options.