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Vimeo user, Laurent BRIERE shared this awesome video that covers the 5th edition of the "Trail de Sancerre" marathon in France! He covered the event with the CAME-Single gimbal paired with the Panasonic GH4 and Lumix 12-35mm lens.
The encoders on the CAME-Single: prevent the motors from losing sync/skipping steps, provides important information about the frame and also decreases the power consumption - increasing the battery life. The Single now comes with the new Dual Gimbal Handles that will give the gimbal operator smoother pan & tilt motions.
The CAME-Single Dovetail Mount 1745 allows you to easily remove your camera from the Single (with the Single's dovetail still attached to your camera) and attach it to another accessory like a tripod.
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Vimeo user, Xylophone Films uploaded this quick highlight video that shows an event that took place at Mumford Brewing in Los Angeles. It was filmed with the CAME-Single gimbal paired with the Panasonic GH4 and Lumix 12-35mm lens!
The CAME-Single has a quick release camera plate and is completely tool-less, making it easy to balance your camera setup. The size of the CAME-Single is perfect for mirror-less cameras such as the Panasonic GH4, Sony A7s/A7RII, and BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Cameras. The Single is designed to be operated with just one hand. A 1/4-20" and 3/8" thread is located under the handle for mounting options. The internal rechargeable batteries are fitted inside the pistol grip handle and the built in Joystick can be used for controlling camera positions.
Youtube user, StabilizerNews uploaded this short film that follows a mountain biker as he goes for a ride through the woods. Except for the drone shots, the short was filmed mostly with the CAME-TV ARGO gimbal! He used the Canon 5DmkIII with two different lenses - the Canon 16-35mm & the Rokinon 35mm.
The CAME-ARGO features a 32 bit Alexmos Board and is completely tool-less. All of the motors are equipped with encoders, making the performance much more smooth and accurate while also increasing the lifespan of the battery. On the bottom of the ARGO's frame, there's a video transmitter along with a D-Tap out, which you can power an accessory like a wireless follow focus.