Birdycam - VR 360
The Varavon BC-VR 360 is a one-handed VR 3-Axis Gimbal. Detailed View Specifications MATERIALS Aluminum body WEIGHTS 235g, 475g TOTAL WEIGHT 1.6kg BODY SIZE 100 x 200 x 400 mm LIGHT LED voltage indicator CHARGE 3S 12.6V (1.2A) Charger Packing List
Birdycam Gimbal Lite !!!
Birdycam LITE Lightweight 3 Axis Gimbal Stabilizer! Smooth, Light, yet powerful BirdyCam Lite is a 3 axis motorized stabilizer system that supports a wide variety of light weight cameras, giving you a smooth and stable footage. This system is designed to be a lightweight and compact solution for user convenience. BirdyCam Body Main Components Light Weight Weighing only 1.43kg (body only) Encoder Motor Encoder 3-axis brushless motor provides better quality and softer movements. The sealed case and vibration resistant design promotes a longer motor lifespan. PCB Varavon's exclusive board uses the Simple BGC 32 bit encoder controller and SBGC32_12C_Drv expansion module. Firmware updates included. Locking Knob Locking knob provides faster assembly and safety while filming during movements Universal Dovetail A universal dovetail is attached on the handle and main body for convenience Scale Marking Precision scale laser marking for adjustments...
Birdycam II **RE**
The Varavon Birdycam II is a handheld motorized 3-axis gimbal stabilization system for cameras weighing up to 5.5 pounds. It allows you to capture smooth, fluid shots whether you're actively following the subject, or the subject is simply passing by you. The camera platform is adjustable to support a variety of small to mid-sized cameras, including DSLRs, mirror-less cameras like the Sony a7s or GH4, and the Blackmagic Cinema Camera or Production Camera 4K. The steering handle moves along three axes (up/down, left/right, and sideways), and your camera hangs suspended on a gimbal in the center and smoothly follows your movements. Even without the motors running, the gimbal balances out relatively smoothly, but with the motors on, the stabilizer counteracts unwanted movements and shake to keep your camera stable. Additionally, there's also a thumb-control joystick on the steering handle that lets you pan and tilt the gimbal without moving the...