Zhiyun-Tech Crane v2 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer

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CRANE, your camera CREW in one.

CRANE is a 3-axis gimbal stabilizer designed primarily for mirrorless cameras, such as the Sony a7S and Panasonic GH4, ideal for low-cost individual filming applications, from micro films, wedding videos to travel films, and so on. Supporting 360° unlimited rotation along the 3 axes with perfect stabilizing performance, it empowers you to shoot steady and smooth streams EASILY and ALONE with all imaginable angles of view, while realizing the perfection that was once only possible by a whole camera crew.

Power and Precision

The gimbal body of CRANE weighs only 950g (excluding batteries) while its valid payload reaches up to 1800g, mountable by almost all mirrorless cameras available on the market, and even some DSLR camera models, while allowing for a variety of lens combination up to your shooting demands. Ergonomically designed in its compact and elegant body, it works like a real crane machine with unparalleled stability and robustness.

Truly TWO in ONE

In realizing the best work efficiency for individual photographers and film makers, CRANE is the first of its kind in the market to support real time control of both SONY and Panasonic cameras thru connection of a camera control line, which literally combines the stabilizer and camera into one gear, saving troubles of separate controls.

Instant Attitude Compensation

Integrated with the pioneering 32-bit x 3 high-speed MCU parallel control technology which realizes a synchronous processing speed up to 4000Hz on its independent built-in IMU, CRANE helps creating the most impressive shots with its incomparable motion sensitivity and precision control.

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