Youtube user, Slashcam, uploaded this interview from NAB 2017 that goes over our new CAME-TV Prophet Gimbal & the new series of Boltzen LED Fresnel Lights that we announced during the convention!
Both the Prophet and Argo are designed to support small to medium sized DSLRs with a maximum payload of 6.6 lbs (3 kg). However, while the Argo contains a dedicated 2-handed setup, the Prophet comes with a single handed pistol grip handle (similar to the CAME-Optimus), but with the option to use them with a variety of compatible two-handed accessories - including the Orbit-One Ring Mount, Dual Handles and Tessera.
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Filming in the desert! Making a hotel promo at the wonderful La Quinta resort in Palm Springs, California. #sonya7rii #cametv #cametvoptimus #california #palmsprings via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/BTSCnDclNY5/
Check it out at philipbloom.net/blog/Shot on a number of cameras explained fully in the blog post. In this photo by @robboughenphoto I have the Sony A6500 mounted on the @cametv optimus. Mic is the @rodemic video micro #Regrann via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/BS4MmpIFg12/
WE WOULD LIKE TO SHARE SOME FEATURED VIDEOS THAT WERE CREATED BY CUSTOMERS USING OUR PRODUCTS
Vimeo user, Nathaniel Connella, uploaded this beautiful video that "takes you on a journey to one of the highest altitude and least populated regions in the world, located in the Indian Himalayas."
Youtube user, Caleb Irwin, uploaded this beautifully shot video that he created to document his trip to India. The entire video was filmed with the CAME-Optimus Gimbal paired with the Sony A7sII!
Youtube user, Gear Jones, recently uploaded this review on our CAME-TV Boltzen LED Fresnel Lights! Watch the review below!
WE HAVE BEEN BUSY CREATING PRODUCT VIDEOS AND THE LATEST WE WANTED TO SHARE WITH YOU IS THE
BOLTZEN LED LIGHTS
The Optimus model features encoders and allows for one hand operation, but with all of the controls and battery now relocated outside of the handle, the single handle can be changed to Dual Handles depending on the camera operator's requirement. All motors rotate a full 360 degrees without limitation for greater range and flexibility during operation.