Tempo Media UK, went out with his Panasonic GH4 and CAME-7800 and shot this video that showcases BMX rider, Jay Cowley.
The video shows how the CAME-7800 gimbal can be a good piece of equipment to have for shooting action sports like BMX, skateboarding, rollerblading, etc. The CAME-7800 is a great gimbal for DSLR cameras like the Canon 5Dmkiii or mkii but can also work with smaller cameras like a Panasonic GH4 or Sony A7s.
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Ken Lauguico, posted this video that highlights a wedding he shot using the CAME-7500 and CAME-Single 3-axis gimbals. He used two different DSLR cameras, the Canon 6D and the Canon 5Dmkii.
The video has a ton of great tracking shots that follow the bride and the groom as they both get ready for the ceremony. The CAME-Single is a great one handed gimbal that provides extremely steady footage because of the brushless motors with the new encoder technology. The CAME-Single is great for cameras like the Sony A7sii, Panasonic GH4 or the BMPCC.
Although, the CAME-7500 is no longer available, the CAME-7800 is an upgraded version of the 7500 gimbal and is tool-less. For more information on the CAME-Single or the CAME-7800 click below! Make sure to also sign up for the newsletter to receive updates and information on any new products we release.
Here's a quick informative video on how to check the voltage on your gimbal batteries!
If you happen to have a multi-tester laying around, it would be a good idea to check the batteries you have for your gimbal. You want to make sure your batteries are fully charged before testing the voltage.
The 18650 batteries for the CAME-TV Mini/Mini 2 and the 16340 batteries for the CAME-ACTION gimbal should be reading at 3.7v or higher. The 3S Lipo Battery for the CAME-7800 and 8000 should be giving you a reading of 11v or higher.
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1080 Digital Media, recently uploaded his second test of him using the CAME-Single gimbal. The majority of his first video was how it performed while walking. 1080 Digital Media, states that the main focus on this video was for driving and "following a person" shots. He used a Panasonic GH3 recording at 50fps, but states that Vimeo re-conformed it to 25P.
This is mainly a test for driving shots and following (a person) shots. These 2 areas are the rig's strong points so far.
Since the CAME-Single has brushless motors with encoders, it has the ability to make your driving shots incredibly smooth and more stable.
Recently, Stanly, posted this video of some shots he edited together using his Sony A7s with a Zeiss Loxia 2/50 lens balanced on a CAME-Single.
Even though the video is short, it looks like a very cinematic music video. The beginning shows the main soundcheck, but at the end it transitions directly into the bands live show. The CAME-Single gives the shooter incredibly smooth footage while operating the gimbal with just one hand. The CAME-Single is the first commercially available 3-axis 32-bit basecam controlled gimbal that offers brushless motors with encoders.
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Vimeo user,Laurent BRIERE - BEtrainedProd, shot this special trail event with his Panasonic GH4 balanced on a CAME-Single gimbal. The video is filled with excellent tracking shots as Laurent Briere follows the runners as they reach the finish line.
The CAME-Single is designed for one handed operation and gives the shooter amazing stability with the new encoder technology thats built into the motors.The 3-axis CAME-Single has a new updated internal battery, which allows the gimbal to operate up to 20 hours on a single charge.
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Cinema5D: Testing the New Sony A7sII using the CAME-Single
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...Read More>
Vimeo user, Dieter Knüttel, has uploaded four detailed videos regarding the CAME-Single gimbal so far and now he uploaded his fifth and final video. He talks about his overall experience using the CAME-Single and talks briefly about balancing it with his Panasonic GH3 mirror-less camera and Lumix 12-35mm lens.
In this video, he jam packed even more test footage of him using the CAME-Single! It's great to see customers going out on the field and gathering a ton of footage with the CAME-Single. Dieter does state in the description "Any stutter you might see does not come from the gimbal but is a 25p on a 30p timeline problem".
Up North Wedding Films, posted this wedding video he shot using the CAME-7800 3-axis gimbal with a Canon 5DmkII + 17-40mm lens! The video shows a lot of great tracking shots of the bride and groom walking through some beautiful outdoor locations.
The CAME-7800 can support setups up to 6.5 pounds, which is perfect for cameras like a Canon 5DmkIII, Canon 7D or even a Panasonic GH4. The CAME-7800 offers multiple modes that you can cycle through by clicking the joystick. The updated version of the 7800 Gimbal has new quick release knobs that make it easier to balance on the roll and yaw axis.
Milton: Motion & Design, used the CAME-Single gimbal + his Sony A7s with a Sony 20mm lens to shoot a recent real estate video! The video shows a lot of excellent pan & tilt movements that give you a clear idea of how each room looks. There are steady tracking shots that go from the exterior of the house into the interior, which shows the overall flow of the house itself.
The CAME-Single is the first commercially available 3-axis 32-bit basecam controlled gimbal that has brushless motors with encoders. You're able to operate the CAME-Single easily with just one hand. The tool-less design allows the user to quickly and efficiently balance his or hers camera setup for optimal performance.
LED's are arranged on the outer edge and facing inwards
Digital dimmable 10%-100% providing flicker-free operation
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Can be powered through industry standard Sony batteries (NP-F or V-Mount).
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1080 Digital Media, uploaded this quick test of him using the CAME-Single straight out of the box! He does make a note in the video description stating that on some of the shots he used a heavier lens(Samyang 14mm) that went over the maximum payload, which caused some shuddering. When he switched to a light lens, the Canon 18-55mm, he said it worked much more smoothly.
The CAME-Single is a 3-axis gimbal that has brushless motors with new encoder technology. Encoders are often used to give highly accurate motor position readings, which will prevent the motors from going out of sync. The large frame on the CAME-Single allows you to fully tilt up and down your camera with ease. A tool-less quick release plate gives the shooter the ability to balance the camera quickly and on the fly.
MrCheesyCam, uploaded this follow up video showing the CAME-Action GoPro Gimbal supporting the weight of the LCD BacPac and an ND Filter!
The CAME-Action Gimbal is designed specifically for the GoPro camera and is made with aluminum alloy - weighing in at only 300 grams(0.66 pounds). The CAME-Action is one of the first commercially available GoPro gimbals that has brushless motors with encoders. A mini USB cable is also provided to give the option to charge your GoPro using the power from the gimbal itself.
The CAME-7800 is a stabilizer that features two side handles for hand-held use and a top handle for low-angle shots. The CAME-7800 offers multiple operation modes, which you can cycle through by clicking on the joystick. You can choose to lock the camera in place along all three axes, have the camera smoothly follow your pan and tilt motions while keeping the horizon level or lock the tilt axis while allowing the camera to pan left and right.
BBW Production, uploaded this short clip of him using the CAME-7800 3-axis gimbal on a recent music video shoot!
With a max payload of about 6.5lbs, the CAME-7800 is designed to hold heavier DSLR type cameras like a Canon 5Dmk2 or 5Dmk3. The CAME-7800 uses three motors that stabilize the pan, tilt and roll axis, which will compensate for shakes and unwanted vibrations. Quick release knobs have been added to the CAME-7800, making the roll and yaw axis tool-less for easier balancing.