We’ve just gotten our hands on their 3-axis gimbal, and while it’s missing a couple of bells and whistles compared to the big guns out there (and has one or two nifty bits, too), it appears to be made of high quality materials and does the business — at less than 1/3 the price of the MoVI M5.
Don't run out and buy one just yet — we’re in the middle of in-depth testing — but in the meantime here’s footage we recently shot with our ace gimbal consultant, Sophie Parker. She gives it four paws up.
Review: CAME TV 7800 3-Axis Gimbal (Sophie Test)
Assembled 32 Bit CAME-7800 3 Axis Camera Gimbal
This month CAME-7800 special promitions discount to 1298USD
Comparing CAME 7500, CAME 7800 Updated the Quick Release Plate and Handles Adjustable.
3-the boards is covered by box , the wire is hide in tube, it look clear.
4-the joystick can control the lens movement, you can change different mode very easy, just like: follow model, lock model, or commixture model.
5- Gimbal max load 3kg, Gimbal is very very light net weight only 2.2kg
6-the packages included everying for ready to use (Battery and charger is included as gift, monitor bracket included, monitor not inclued ).
Check out the CAME-7800 3 Axis Camera Gimbal at CAME-TV.com
(cover photo credit: snap from CAME-TV)
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