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.
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.
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.
This technology prevent motors from losing synchronization, skipping steps and more.
Quick and easy to Balance + Quick Release Camera Plate System
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
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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Vimeo user, De Rienzo Films, posted this compilation video of different shots from a wedding they shot with the CAME-Single!
The CAME-Single is a 3-axis 32-bit basecam controlled gimbal that offers brushless motors with encoders. The batteries for the CAME-Single are now completely internal and on a full charge can last about 20 hours. The large frame gives the shooter the ability to fully tilt up and down without the camera hitting the gimbal. With a 1.2kg max payload, the CAME-Single is perfect for your mirror-less cameras like the Sony A7s, Panasonic GH4 or the BMPCC.
The brand new CAME-Action Gimbal is made solely for the GoPro Hero 3, 3+ and 4. Like the CAME-Single, the CAME-Action is a 3-axis gimbal that has brushless motors with encoders. The CAME-Action is extremely lightweight - weighing in about 300 grams(0.66 pounds) without the camera and batteries. It comes with a durable carrying case that the gimbal fits nicely into.
Thevideomode.com, posted a detailed article about the CAME-Single and the experiences they had with it. In the video, he demos the CAME-Single with his BMPCC and Lumix 7-14mm kens. In addition to the article, they also uploaded a video review and shot a quick test film that was shot entirely with the CAME-Single. Make sure you check out the full article here!
The CAME-Single is a 3-axis handheld gimbal that has encoders built into the brushless motors. The new updated version has internal batteries, which increases the battery life for up to 20 hours. The CAME-Single Gimbal is designed to hold small mirror-less cameras like the GH4, A7s or the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera.
Vimeo user, Remo Chapeaublanc, uploaded this quick video of him testing out the CAME-Single Gimbal for the first time with his Sony A7RII and 16mm F/2.8 lens.
The size of the CAME-Single is perfect for mirror-less cameras like the GH4, A7s and A7RII. The quick release plate on the CAME-Single is completely tool-less making balancing your camera on the gimbal a breeze. Due to the encoder technology on the CAME-Single, stabilization is more precise and information about the frame and camera angles are more accurate.
Vimeo user, De Rienzo Films, went out to Trafalgar Square in London and grabbed some shots with his Panasonic GH3 with a 14mm pancake lens balanced on a CAME-Single 3-Axis Gimbal.
The CAME-Single is a handheld gimbal that is made for smaller cameras like the Sony A7s, BMPCC or the Panasonic GH3/GH4. The brushless motors with encoders, prevent the motors from being out of sync and can give you detailed information about the frame and the angle of your camera. The internal rechargeable batteries are fitted inside the handle of the CAME-Single itself, making it easier to plug-in and charge.
Youtube user, DayZeroSurvivors, uploaded this quick test of him putting the CAME-Single through a running test with his Panasonic GH-4 + Lumix G X Vario PZ 14-42mm lens.
The CAME-Single has a larger frame than most pistol-grip style gimbals, allowing you to fully tilt up and down. The brushless motors are also significantly larger and have encoders built in them for more accurate motor readings. The CAME-Single has a run time of about 20 hours when the battery is fully charged.
Vimeo user, Valdas Kotovas, posted this quick video of him using the CAME-Single with his Sony A7s camera and Sony 24-70mm lens.
The CAME-Single gimbal is the first commercially available basecam controlled gimbal that offers brushless motors with encoders. Encoders are usually used in robotics to get extremely accurate monitoring of the positions of the motors. The CAME-Single is tool-less, making it easy to balance your camera while it's on the gimbal.
BBW Production, used the CAME-7800 Gimbal to shoot this short film he worked on about fly fishing!
The CAME-7800 Gimbal is a 3-axis hand held stabilizer that is able to compensate for any unwanted shakes and/or vibrations. With a max payload of 6.5 pounds, the CAME-7800 can hold cameras like the Canon 5Dmk3, Canon 7D, Panasonic GH4 and even a Sony A7. The CAME-7800 offers different operation modes that you can easily switch through by pressing on the joystick.
Youtube user, Ed Rakel, posted this quick video of him using his new CAME-Single Gimbal with a Panasonic GH-4 + Olympus 12 mm f2.0.
The CAME-Single is designed around the idea of being able to operate a gimbal with just one hand. It's 3-axis with a 32-bit board and the brushless motors have encoders, making it the first basecam controlled gimbal on the market with encoders. The max payload the CAME-Single can handle is 2.6lbs and is designed for smaller cameras like the Sony A7s, Panasonic GH4 or the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera.
In order to get smooth, steady shots with any of our CAME-TV gimbals, you want to make sure that your camera is properly balanced on them. However, sometimes our customers are so eager to put their new gimbal to use, that they don't take the time balance it accurately.
If you are reading this article, then chances are that you already have, or are in the process of balancing your gimbal. The video below, we will show you a very quick and easy test that will let you know if you've done so correctly.