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    Any Handheld Gimbal - 32bit 3 axis?
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    looked everywhere but I couldn't find any info regarding a company who has released a 3 axis gimbal for the market (handheld)
    Has anyone seen an alternative to Nebula 4000 at NAB?

    thanks


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    The guys at CAME showed us the design drawings for theirs. Supposed to be out in a month or so.


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    Thanks for the info


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    Pilot Fly H1
    http://copter-rc.com/en/catalog/60-p...ss-camera.html

    Looks like it's easier to balance than the Nebula 4000 lite.
    More info here
    http://www.4kshooters.net/2015/03/18...or-pre-orders/

    Their balancing video
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbwAuX-2DiM


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    There's the CAME-TV CAME MINI unless they have something else on the way.
    http://www.came-tv.com/camemini-3-ax...-on-p-640.html


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    I'm still waiting for a gimbal with this design to accommodate the weight of a 5DmkIII with a 16-35mmL type of lens. basically a little beefier than this or the Nebula but still the same overall design just chunkier.

    david


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    The gimbal from Shape would have been a great alternative.. Too bad it is only two axis.
    2 axis wont cut it in 2015...


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    Quote Originally Posted by david_p View Post
    I'm still waiting for a gimbal with this design to accommodate the weight of a 5DmkIII with a 16-35mmL type of lens. basically a little beefier than this or the Nebula but still the same overall design just chunkier.

    david
    I recently heard about a brand new 3-axis handheld gimbal-MOZA Lite, it stated to work with Sony A7s and Canon 5D Mark III

    http://www.gudsen.com/moza-lite.html


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    Moza lite


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    I have pre-ordered the Moza Lite so I will advise what I think when it is received early August.
    Some cause for concern was an email I received a fortnight ago "the u-shape arm (the roll arm) defect rate is very high and production is very slow, we decide to make a tooling for this which will take us nearly one month".
    Despite this I am willing to persevere as I know the Moza original is highly rated.


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