Morpheus Stabilizer for GoPro, Smartphone and Small Cameras by Cinevate

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The good folks at Cinevate included planet5D in a preview of their new product that they've taken to kickstarter to get funded.

If you watch the videos below, you'll see just how versatile this nifty little product will be!

You've probably seen me tweet about the #morpheus as they were doing a challenge to people to figure out if the video at the bottom of this page was shot on multiple devices – and the trick of course was that the video was shot entirely on the Morpheus. It will be great for small cameras like the goPro and the iPhone.

From Cinevate's Kickstarter campaign:

Morpheus allows filmmakers of all skill levels to achieve shots never before possible with their GoPro, smartphone or small camera.



What is Morpheus?

Morpheus is a stabilizer, tripod, dolly, crane and slider, that is extremely, lightweight, compact and easy to use.

Stabilizer

With Morpheus you're now able to capture dramatically steady shots with your GoPro, smartphone and small camera. The hand-held stabilizer uses a patented zero friction gimbal and patented magnetic steering to make controlling and shooting with Morpheus effortless with a single hand.

Morpheus Stabilizer

Tripod

Using Morpheus' articulating legs it's easy to create a level, solid base for your camera. The clamping legs enable you to mount your camera virtually anywhere.

Morpheus Tripod

Dolly

The wheels kit allows you to use Morpheus as a table dolly and create circular or arcing shots thanks to the steerable wheels.

Morpheus Dolly

Slider

Simply add the aluminum rails and wheels kit to Morpheus, and you've got a super smooth and lightweight slider.

Morpheus Slider

Morpheus quickly and easily folds up to fit in the palm of your hand, making it a breeze to travel with. Weighing just 300 grams, you'll hardly notice it.

Morpheus quickly and easily folds up to fit in the palm of your hand, making it a breeze to travel with. Weighing just 300 grams, you'll hardly notice it.

The clip was shot entirely using Cinevate's Morpheus Stabilizer and the GoPro Hero

[ ViaKickstarter ]

(cover photo credit: snap from the Kickstarter Video)

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