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@mickguitarmann using the full #cametv #steadicam setup!
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Steady as a rock! #steadycam #CameTV #stabilizer #film #video #practise #balance
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Leopold Hotz

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Leopold Hotz, went out with his CAME-Mini 2 gimbal and filmed an extremely talented bike rider...Read More>>


Dieter Knuttel

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In his fifth and final part of his CAME-Single review, Dieter Knuttel, talks about his overall experience and adds more test footage of him using the CAME-Single gimbal!...Read More>>


Laurent Briere

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Laurent Briere, used a Panasonic GH4 balanced on a CAME-Single to capture this special event called the "Team ASICS Trail". He was able to capture some amazing shots as he ran next to some of the runners....Read More>>


MrCheesyCam

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MrCheesyCam, uploaded this detailed review of the new CAME-Action gimbal for the GoPro. He goes through all the main specs and even includes some test footage at the end of the video!...Read More>>


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CAME-ACTION Tool-less CAME-SINGLE Tool-less CAME-MINI 2 Tool-less
The design of the CAME-Action allows for one handed smooth operation... The new CAME-SINGLE is one of the first 3 Axis 32 bit Basecam controlled... The new MINI2 is completely tool-less which allows the operator to change camera setups....
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Johnnie Behiri from Cinema5D.com recently posted his first impressions and footage of the Sony A7s II. Johnnie Behiri is a BBC freelance cameraman/editor who also films documentaries, commercials, music videos and many other projects.

In the video above, Johnnie, states that he was trying to squeeze “normal footage”, “lowlight” and “slow-motion” parts into one video." In the moving shots Johnnie used our CAME-TV Single Handheld 3-axis gimbal, with the Sony A7sII and Sony 16-35mm lens, which he said was his preferred gimbal.

"CAME-TV CAME-Single is currently my preferred gimbal. Very easy to use and adjust."

We were honored to find out that he was using our CAME-Single gimbal while testing out the new Sony A7sII with great results.

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In the article, Johnnie explains the main advantages of the Sony a7SII from the original a7s:

    • "Internal UHD 4K recording
    • S-log 3 (in addition to S-log 2)
    • Gamma Display Assistant (allows you to monitor your flat S-log 2 or 3 image in a more vivid Rec 709 way)
    • Internal IBIS stabilisation system (5-Axis SteadyShot)
    • A possibility to charge the camera via the USB port
    • A possibility to assign “REC” to other buttons than the awkwardly placed rec button
    • 100fps (PAL), 120fps (NTSC) in HD quality"

He also explains his most noticeable differences from comparing the Sony a7S II to the a7R II:

  • "The addition of S-log 3
  • Up to 120fps in full HD (compared to 60fps)
  • Gamma Display Assist
  • Sony’s a7S II is cleaner in low-light situations compared to the a7R II
  • Because of its higher pixel count, the Sony a7R II can shoot in APS-C S35 crop-mode in 4K. The a7S II can not do that. Further more, any APS-C lens that will be attached to this camera will have strong vignetting at the edges in 4K-mode (APS-C mode is limited to HD resolutions)."

For the full article, make sure to check out Cinema5D.com for Johnnie's full impression of the Sony A7s II or CLICK HERE

For more information on the CAME-Single Gimbal click below!

CAME-TV CAME-Single 3-Axis Gimbal

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Encoders Tool-less
This technology prevent motors from losing synchronization, skipping steps and more. Quick and easy to Balance + Quick Release Camera Plate System
Design Battery Life
The design of the CAME-SINGLE allows for one hand operation. Batteries can operate up 10 hours when fully charged.

ENCODERS ARE OFTEN USED IN ROBOTICS FOR HIGHLY ACCURATE MONITORING OF MOTOR POSITION

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CAME Single Test By Scotty Ray

The hike to Half Dome in Yosemite takes several hours and requires us to travel light. I chose the CAME-Single over other gimbals because of its size and reliability. It does everything I need and fits inside my normal DSLR bag. For the video, I used a Sony A7s with a Sony 16-35 Zeiss version lens. The video was shot in one day which took about 14 hours without having to charge the CAME-Single. Battery life was incredible. Scotty Ray.

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CAME-ACTION Tool-less CAME-MINI 2 Tool-less CAME-8000 Tool-less
The new CAME-SINGLE is one of the first commercially available 3 Axis 32 bit Basecam controlled... The new MINI2 is completely tool-less which allows the operator to change camera setups.... A handheld stabilizer designed for camera systems weighing up to 11 pounds, making it suitable for...
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Suction Mount Durable
Can be mount on not-so-completely flat surfaces. Made from high strength aluminium alloy
Sturdy Fully Adjustable
Rated to 50kg (110 lbs) capacity. Quick release handles allow for easy adjustment.

LIGHTWEIGHT AND PORTABLE MOUNTING SOLUTION FOR ANY PHOTO, VIDEO, OR FILM PRODUCTION

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4 suctions with bowl mount... 3 suction mount... 2 suction mount...
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Reviewer Tom Antos does a great review of our 1080P Wireless HD Video System for DSLR video cameras. Tom gives an overview of the product as well as some examples of why a wireless video system would be useful during a project.

This wireless system supports full 1080p HD at 60Hz with very low latency. With simple plug and play, you don't need any extra software to use the equipment. The system can transmit up to 80m/260ft and works best in range line of sight.

Check out the link below for more information on the 1080P Wireless HD Video Transmission.

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None of our gimbals currently come with a bluetooth module or support bluetooth connectivity with external mobile apps. Trying to install other third party modules into any CAME-TV gimbal may void your warranty.

For wireless control of your CAME-TV gimbal, you can use the CSWR-4 wireless remote, which comes free and pre-paired with the following gimbals - CAME-Prodigy, CAME-Argo, CAME-Spry, CAME-Optimus, and CAME-Prophet.

The CSWR-4 can also be used with the CAME-Single, but must be purchased as a separate accessory.

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If you have connected your gimbal via USB, you may need to install the proper driver for your Mac or PC to communicate with the control board which can be found Here>>.

Once you have installed the proper Mac or PC driver and restarted your computer, connect the gimbal, go into the SimpleBGC software, and on the upper left, select the proper USB port, and hit 'Connect'.

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If you still do not see the gimbal or if you already have the proper drivers for your computer, please check your USB cable to make sure it is a Data cable. We suggest either testing the cable or just change the cable entirely to make sure it is not an issue.
Make sure the cable is fully connected to the gimbal and your computer, then restart the SimpleSBC program.

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Encoders are often used in Robotics for highly accurate monitoring of motor position. Some of the benefits of using Encoders are to: prevent motors from losing synchronization and skipping steps, provides important information about frame and camera angles, decreases power consumption (longer battery life), increases Torque, increases precision of stabilization, and more.​

Currently our only gimbal with motor encoders is our CAME-Single.

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Currently the only gimbal that has the motor encoders is the CAME-Single. We may start to implement these encoders onto newer versions of our gimbals in the future.

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@sp_films trying out the #cametv #7500 #gimbal!

Click the picture below for more information on the CAME 7500 Gimbal.

CAME-TV 7500 3-axis gimbal