Product name: Handhold Gimbal
Material: Fiberglass, Nylon, ABS
Charging voltage: 5 V
Charging current: 0.5 A
Working Voltage: 3.4-4.2 V
Working current: 0.2-2 A
Battery duration: About four hours
Power supply: Built in battery
Size: About 291* 120* 50 mm
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Product Size (about): 81x66x27mm
1 PC* Handhold Gimbal
1 PC* USB cable
1 PC* Manual
Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer Review
A handheld global stabilizer is an easy way to get the right level of handheld camera handheld video that you need. Handheld global stabilizers are handheld global stabilizers that come with built-in stabilizer cameras for use in your iPhone. The built-in stabilizer cameras let you keep the shot level as it should be. They are small and lightweight and can fit in your pocket. Plus they have a built-in, self-cleaning sensor that prevents build up of dirt on the camera lens and the screen.
The handheld global stabilizer has a built-in, rubberized grip to hold onto while your hands are full. It's a simple solution for people who like to take videos and photographs while out in nature, or when working outdoors. You can set it to maintain the handheld gimbal angle no matter what your physical conditions. It's comfortable to hold and easy to use. It features a three-axis handheld gimbal which enables it to offer the best stabilized handheld video and photography possible.
In order to shoot handheld global camera stabilizers, you will need one or two hands held smartphones with built-in camera sensors. Once you have the smartphones with camera sensors attached, you will need to download the free handheld global stabilizer onto the smartphones. Once downloaded, you simply need to follow the on-screen instructions on how to put the stabilizer to use. Once the handheld global stabilizer has been successfully installed on your smartphone, you should see an icon called "Applying" on the screen. If you click this icon you will be taken back to the screen. From here you can start recording footage by just connecting the handheld global stabilizer to your smartphone's motion sensor.
The handheld global stabilizers on the market today feature the newest technology of 3-axis handheld cameras. This new technology allows for the camera sensors of these gimbals to be placed almost anywhere on the body. This means you can move the camera out from under the chin, on the neck, or even out to the side. In fact, the possibilities of where you can place these cameras is nearly endless. The other great thing about the all-new 3-axis handheld camera stabilizers is the fact that they are designed specifically to work well with all kinds of action cams such as the flip cam, zoom cams, and action cameras.
A big advantage to using handheld global stabilizers to eliminate camera shake is that you never have to worry about the camera getting shaken when you are moving. When a cam shake occurs the shake makes the images you are filming come out with an unwanted sway. In fact, camera shake can actually ruin some videos. You don't have to worry about this happening with handheld global stabilizers because they are designed to work in harmony with other handheld global stabilizers and the camera's movement. So the camera will remain stabilized without the shake.
Another great thing about the new global stabilizers that are on the market is the fact that they are compatible with the iPhone and Android mobile devices. No longer do you have to wonder if the images you are shooting will sync up. The great thing about the latest global stabilizers is that they work as they should whether you are on your phone or not. This means you are going to be able to shoot your time-lapse and sync your video right to your IOS device when you are ready to view it.
The third important thing about the newest gimbals is the fact that they have been designed to work with the latest mobile apps. These gimbals can now be loaded onto the mobile app of your choice so you can continue shooting without having to carry around a separate camera or tripod. Instead, you can simply load up the mobile app and continue shooting as if your handheld gimbal was just another camera. Some of the most popular camera and video apps on the iPhone and Android phones today are Dropbox, Yelp, Google Maps, YouTube, and Instantly Bing. If you take a lot of pictures you will definitely want to check out the functionality of these apps.
Once you load up the mobile app of your choice you will be given access to a wide array of options. These include settings for picture and audio quality, the length of the stabilizer zoom and pan. You can also change the number of frames, the video appears in. You can set it up in portrait mode with one lens, set up with two lenses, and even put it into a tripod by making sure you place it in the center of the grip. It's a great little stabilizer that takes a lot of the guesswork out of taking action shots with a handheld global.