In this video by Youtube user, Tom Antos, unboxes the Pro Steadicam and goes through the basic setup process. The Pro Steadicam comes with pretty much everything you would need to get started on getting some creative long take shots.
Youtube user, Neumannfilms, posted this detailed review/unboxing video that goes through the specs and also his personal impression on the CAME 876 Bi-Color LED Light Panel.
The 876 Bi-Color Light Panel gives the shooter the ability to adjust the color temperature from 3200K to 5600K. Out of the box, the 876 Bi-Color Light Panels come with a dual battery charger with two NP-F960 batteries and also an AC power adapter.
Check out this short CAME 7000 gimbal test that Youtube user, Ethan Knight posted.
If you're having some trouble connecting the control board to your CAME 7000 gimbal, we recently posted this video that can aid you as you go through the assembly process.
Youtube user, omsipro, posted this video after just receiving his CAME 7000 gimbal. It's a great video that consist of all gimbal footage in different locations.
The Pro Carbon Steadicam is designed for shooters who have cameras that range from 5.5lbs to about 33lbs and can extend to a max height of roughly 40-inches(3.34-feet). This inexpensive kit comes with the Steadicam, support vest, support arm, balance weights, an HDMI cable and a few other things that will help you get up and running.