One of the more useful functions of any CAME-TV gimbal is the built-in joystick/remote control feature. Simply enough, the 2-axis joystick essentially allows you to do seemless panning and tilting movements while maintaining smooth and steady shots with the gimbal.
However, all gimbals come with a pre-programmed joystick speed that dictates how fast its movements are. And sometimes this default speed isn't ideal for the shot that you may want to execute. But luckily, speed can easily be adjusted using the SimpleBGC software. Full step-by-step details are shown in the video below.
When you purchase a CAME-TV gimbal, chances are that it has been pre-programmed with 3 main profiles. And each profile contains its own unique set of follow modes, which you can toggle between depending on which mode you need to use.
Profile 1 will enable Follow Modes for both Pan and Tilt (Yaw and Pitch). Profile 2 will enable Follow Mode ONLY for Pan (Yaw) and will Disable Tilt (Pitch). Profile 3 will disable All Follow Modes. The Camera heading will stay constant.
However, in the event that these follow mode settings are unknowingly or mistakenly altered in the SimpleBGC software, you can manually restore them by dialing them in yourself.
You4reel, shot this huge Corona sponsored event in Ireland with the CAME-TV 7800 Gimbal! The CAME-7800 is a 3-axis gimbal designed for cameras like the Canon 5Dmk3, Canon 5Dmk2, Canon 7D and even the Panasonic GH-4.
The CAME-7800 features a clean design that hides all of the wires to ensure they don't get damaged while it's being used. The 7800 Gimbal, also gives the shooter multiple operation modes that can easily be switched by pressing the joystick.
Yes, the batteries 18650 batteries from the first CAME-MINI gimbal are the same for the CAME-MINI2. The main difference between the two gimbals are the addition of tool-less adjustments for balancing your camera. Otherwise they are very similar.
Recently, Vimeo user, Kluzo, used the CAME-7800 gimbal to cover an event in Paris!
The CAME-7800 uses three motors that stabilize the camera along with the pan, tilt, and roll axis. The motors will help compensate for shakes, vibrations, and other unwanted movements, allowing you to get some smooth shots.
In this quick video posted by Youtube user, Joe Taravella, he takes his new CAME-Single gimbal out for a test run! The footage looks great, especially when he walks up and down the stairs. He used his Sony A7S with a Sony 10-18mm F4 lens.The new CAME-Single is one of the first commercially available 3-Axis 32-bit basecam controlled gimbals that offer brushless motors with Encoders.
Voyager Video, posted this quick test of the CAME-Mini 2 gimbal! It was shot with the Sony A7S and a Zeiss 24-70mm lens.
The new CAME-MINI 2 Gimbal is completely tool-less, which allows the operator to quickly change camera setups and re-balance the entire system for optimal performance. All of the wiring and electronics are enclosed into the frame offering a clean professional appearance and also protecting all the wiring.
The CAME-MINI 2 is a full 3-Axis stabilizer (Pitch, Roll, and Yaw) using the latest 32 Bit SBGC controller with Dual IMU sensors. This is the most advanced controller and sensor combination available for gimbals using SBGC system.