iKAN FLY-X3-Plus 3-Axis Smartphone Gimbal Stabilizer
€469,96 με 24% ΦΠΑ
The FLY-X3-PLUS Gimbal Stabilizer from Ikan turns your mobile phone or GoPro camera into a powerful image capture tool, shooting fluid professional video and eliminating shaky camera moves. The unique 3-axis brushless motor gyro system uses sophisticated software to stabilize your smartphone or GoPro, and makes pans, tilts and even walking shots appear to “fly.” Complicated steady rigs are difficult to balance but the FLY-X3-PLUS is easy to set up and operate. Simply place your smartphone in the cradle with your lens to the left, then level the FLY-X3-PLUS and turn on. The motors will level within a few seconds, and you’re ready to shoot.
For a better handheld solution for the GoPro Hero 3 & 4, use a GoPro mount (FX3P-GPM, optional accessory). The mount encloses the GoPro while allowing easy access to all buttons and quick-flip access to the battery. The GoPro mount is custom-fit for utilizing the GoPro on the FLY-X3-PLUS. To “fly” the GoPro, use the included hex key to remove the smartphone cradle, and lock and refasten the GoPro frame. Capture longer takes with the Gesture Control System. Initiate Gesture Control by tilting and panning the handle, and the camera will follow these movements smoothly.
The FLY-X3-PLUS is compatible with most smartphones including the iPhone6 and 6+, HTC, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and others up to 3.6″ width, and smart phones not exceeding 200 grams.
The 6-axis IMU is comprised of electronic devices that use inertial sensors* for gesture recognition. The sensors both level and anticipate the operator’s intended movement while keeping everything level and smooth.
*A combination of 3-axis accelerometer and a 3-axis gyroscope packaged in a single chip
The FLY-X3-PLUS comes with the gimbal and counterweight for balancing various phoneweights, a custom case, shoulder strap, charger and three overseas socket-plug power adaptors. The gimbal comes with a cradle to hold larger phones but optional accessories (shown above) will adapt it to smaller phones and the GoPro.