All balanced + ready to go. Featuring the #panasonicgh4 + #rodemic #videomicro that is the perfect weight with no over powering from the motors of the #cametvsingle. Just chillin' with the #sonya7sii #SmallRig accessories + #canon70200. via Instagram http://ift.tt/1RG3UIM
The brand new CAME-TV Mini 3 is the latest edition in our CAME-Mini gimbal series. Unlike the Mini 1 and Mini 2, the new Mini 3 uses basecam 32-bit controllers with encoders. Having encoders on the Mini 3 gives the gimbal more stabilization, increases the torque and decreases the power consumption for longer battery life. The new smart battery is quick and easy to install and provides up to 10 hours of runtime(depending on your setup).
Mike Smith, from Boxhead Media, uploaded this mini-documentary about UK based drum teacher, Simon Greenhill(aka Daddy Funk). The video features student testimonials and some drumming footage from Simon Greenhill himself. Mike Smith, shot a majority of the footage with the CAME-Single and his Panasonic GH4 balanced with a Lumix 12-35mm lens.
The CAME-Single is a one-handed portable gimbal that has a max payload of about 2.6 lbs. It's completely tool-less, making the balancing process a breeze out of the box. The solid hand grip is also where the updated internal battery is located. The new internal battery allows the CAME-Single to last up to 20 hours. The bottom of the CAME-Single has mounting points, so you can attach it to a jib or attach a small tripod stand.
Upgraded my old stabilizer for the Came-tv mini 2. I will be posting some footage soon. #cametvmini2 #gimbal #gh4 #smoothvideo #instaphoto #iphoneholder @cametv via Instagram http://ift.tt/1UgbxZz
Behind the scenes of doc shoot in the Middle East for the #empoweringwomenthroughsports US Dept initiative. Here I am using the @cametv single and a small mini tripod attached at the bottom for extra points of contact to create more balance and ease during fly on the wall scenarios. Documenting these situations can cause you to be very mobile for extended periods of time---this #cametvsingle is a game changer in how I film documentary content. I've even stopped using the #glidecamhd2000 ✨🎬✨ #happyshiverproductions #jordan #strongerwomenbetterworld #empowerwomen #gh4 #documentaryfilmseries #documentary #gsmp via Instagram http://ift.tt/1UZ0Bir
The CAME-TV ARGO is completely tool-less, making it easy to balance your camera straight out of the box. The ARGO can hold setups that don't exceed the max payload of about 6.6 lbs. All the motors on the ARGO are equipped with encoders that make the gimbals performance more stable and precise. The middle section of the ARGO has a quick release battery that has a lifespan of about 15 hours (NOTE: if you have other accessories that are also being powered by the gimbal, the lifespan will be less).
Vimeo user, Media Collaboratory, uploaded this quick video of him grabbing some footage with his new CAME-TV Single gimbal. His camera setup was a Panasonic GH-4 with a Lumix G 14mm f/2.5 ASPH II lens and it was all shot in V-Log.
The CAME-Single is designed to be portable and easy to use with just one hand. It's completely tool-less, so that there's no hassle balancing or making minor adjustment while your camera is on the gimbal itself. There are two main pieces of the CAME-Single - the handle and the frame, both of which have their own padded cut out in the hard case. Having the gimbal in two pieces allows the shooter to be able to quickly break it down and bring it to different shooting locations. The max payload of the CAME-Single is about 2.6 lbs and can work with lightweight mirror-less camera setups.
Vimeo user, SkyKapture, uploaded this wonderfully shot video of his group trying out a new chairlift that opened up at the Kirchdorf Ski Resort in Tirol, Austria. He shot the entire video with just his Panasonic GH4 with a Lumix G 14-140mm zoom 1:3.5-5.6 and the CAME-Mini 2 gimbal, all while he was riding on a snowboard!
The CAME-Mini 2 is a 3-axis gimbal that is extremely compact and entirely tool-less. All the electronics and wiring are enclosed through the frame, so there are no hanging wires in the way while you use it. It takes four rechargeable 18650 batteries that are inserted into the horizontal cross bar of the Mini 2. The gimbal comes with a custom molded carrying case, making it easier to transport while on location for a shoot.