Vimeo user, 6ème Droite uploaded this beautifully shot real estate video that was filmed with the CAME-Single & Sony a6300!
The CAME-Single offers full 3-axis stabilization with a built-in joystick and brushless motors with encoders. With the Single now including the new Dual Gimbal Handles, it provides the gimbal operators with smooth camera panning and tilt motions. The CAME-Single has an internal battery that will allow it to operate for up to 20 hours.
The CAME-Single has a max payload of roughly 2.6 lbs, making it perfect for cameras like the Panasonic GH4, BMPCC and the Sony A7SII/A7RII series. The CAME-Single is equipped with an updated battery that has a higher voltage output, which provides more power and stability to the gimbal. The CAME-Single has three different operating modes that you can cycle through via the button on the side of the handle.
Vimeo user, Gilles Havet uploaded this short video that follows some of the tennis players that were competing at the "International Women's Tournament" in Belgium. Some of the scenes in the video were shot with the CAME-7800 gimbal & CAME-Single! The cameras used were the Panasonic GH4 and Sony a6300.
The Single gimbal is designed to be operated with just one hand. The encoders on the CAME-Single: prevent the motors from losing sync/skipping steps, provides important information about the frame and also decreases the power consumption - increasing the battery life.
Although, the CAME-7800 gimbal is currently unavailable - we advise you to check out our new CAME-ARGO 3-axis gimbal. The CAME-ARGO features a 32 bit Alexmos Board and is completely tool-less, making balancing your camera setup easy and quick. The max payload that the ARGO can handle is about 6.6lbs , which is the same max payload as the 7800 gimbal.
The CAME-Single works as a great portable 3-axis gimbal that can easily be balanced and carried around. The Single has an internal battery that will allow it to operate for up to 20 hours and now the Single comes with the new Dual Gimbal Handles that will give the gimbal operator smoother pan & tilt motions.
Vimeo user, Adam Lim recently posted his second test video on how the Sony a6300 performs with the CAME-Single gimbal! The lens he used was the Sony E PZ 18-105mm f/4 G OSS Lens.
The CAME-Single offers full 3-axis stabilization with a built-in joystick and brushless motors with encoders. When purchasing the Single gimbal, you now get the dual gimbal handles. The dual gimbal handles give the gimbal operator smooth camera pan and tilt motions. If you haven't seen the Adam Lim's first test, check it out below!
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The Optimus model features encoders and allows for one hand operation, but with the controls and battery now relocated outside of the handle, the single handle can be changed to dual handles. All motors on the Optimus can rotate a full 360 degrees without limitation for greater range and flexibility during operation.
MyLifeIn4K, uploaded this video that was filmed by Bruce Doan of a video walkthrough at the Soka University International Festival. The video is great because it gives a little bit of insight of how it must of been walking through the crowd at the festival. It was filmed with the CAME-TV Single gimbal paired with the Sony a6300 with a Sony 10-18mm lens!
The CAME-Single works as a great portable 3-axis gimbal that can easily be balanced and carried around. With Single now including the new Dual Gimbal Handles, it provides the gimbal operators with smooth camera panning and tilt motions. The tool-less adjustment of the Dual Handles allow for easy configuration and can even act as a stand when the handles are positioned right angled to the cross bar.