Varavon Birdycam II 3-Axis Motorized Gimbal Stabilizer

Varavon Birdycam II 3-Axis Motorized Gimbal Stabilizer

Varavon Birdycam II 3-Axis Motorized Gimbal Stabilizer

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Varavon Birdycam II 3-Axis Motorized Gimbal Stabilizer

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Product Highlights

  • For Camera Systems up to 5.5 lb
  • Camera Smoothly Follows Your Movements
  • Counteracts Unwanted Movement and Shake
  • Adjustable Camera Platform
  • Pan/Tilt Joystick Control
  • Bluetooth Interface for Configuration
  • 10,400mAh Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Balancing Stand & Storage Case Included
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  • 1Description

The Varavon Birdycam II is a handheld motorized 3-axis gimbal stabilization system for cameras weighing up to 5.5 pounds. It allows you to capture smooth, fluid shots whether you're actively following the subject, or the subject is simply passing by you. The camera platform is adjustable to support a variety of small to mid-sized cameras, including DSLRs, mirrorless cameras like the Sony a7s or GH4, and the Blackmagic Cinema Camera or Production Camera 4K.

The steering handle moves along three axes (up/down, left/right, and sideways), and your camera hangs suspended on a gimbal in the center and smoothly follows your movements. Even without the motors running, the gimbal balances out relatively smoothly, but with the motors on, the stabilizer counteracts unwanted movements and shake to keep your camera stable. Additionally, there's also a thumb-control joystick on the steering handle that lets you pan and tilt the gimbal without moving the handle itself.

The motors are powered by up to two Varavon batteries, with one battery provided with the stabilizer. A stand is also included for setting the Birdycam down. All the components come to you in a compartmentalized case with soft foam interior and requiring hardly any assembly.

Key Features
  • 3-axis motorized stabilization system
  • 32-bit AlexMos board
  • Camera hangs suspended on a gimbal in the center and smoothly follows your movements
  • Pan/tilt thumb-control joystick
  • Supports optional RC transmitter for remote control of pan/tilt
  • Adjustable camera platform supports various small to mid-size cameras
  • Supports cameras weighing up to 5.5 pounds
  • Bluetooth connectivity lets you use an Android mobile device to adjust and configure settings
  • 10,400mAh lithium-ion battery included
  • 1/4"-20 threads of attaching optional accessories
  • Standard dovetail on the handle bar and main body for easy installation and compatibility with the Varavon's optional Wirecam system
  • Reference scale marks and locking knob for easier gimbal balancing
  • Balancing stand included with height adjustable feet and bubble level
  • Storage case with soft foam interior
UPC: 659096359280
In the Box
Varavon Birdycam II 3-Axis Motorized Gimbal Stabilizer
  • Main Frame
  • Stand Handle
  • Stand Support Legs
  • Charger
  • Battery
  • Stand
  • Compartmentalized Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Material Aluminum alloy; plastic
    Load Capacity 5.5 lb (2.5 kg)
    PCB AlexMos 32-bit
    Gimbal Battery 3.7 V, 10,400 mAh lithium-ion
    Samsung SDI cell
    Output Voltage: 12 VDC 2A, 8.4 VDC 2A, 7.4 VDC 2A
    Input Voltage: 8.4 VDC, 1.2 A
    Dimensions Gimbal Battery: 5.6 x 3.2 x 0.9" (14.1 x 8.2 x 2.2 cm)
    Stabilizer: 18.9 x 15.0 x 10.2" (48 x 38 x 26 cm) Stabilizer on Stand: 18.9 x 18.1 x 10.2" (48 x 46 x 26 cm)
    Weight Stabilizer: 6.2 lb (2.8 kg)
    Stand: 1.3 lb (0.6 kg)
    Total: 5.9 lb (2.7 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 18.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 24.0 x 18.3 x 9.9"

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