CAME-TV CAME-Single 3-Axis Handheld Camera Gimbal

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CAME-TV CAME-Single 3-Axis Handheld Camera Gimbal
Key Features
  • 2.6 lb Load Capacity
  • Pan, Tilt, and Roll Axis Stabilization
  • Keeps Horizon Level
  • Locked Axes and Pan/Tilt Follow Modes
The CAME-Single 3-Axis Handheld Camera Gimbal from CAME-TV is a single-handed stabilizer that supports loads up to 2.6 pounds, making it suitable for use with compact cameras such as the Panasonic GH4, Sony a7S, and Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. It utilizes three motors that stabilize the camera along the pan, tilt, and roll axes. This compensates for shakes, vibrations, and other unwanted movements, allowing you to capture smooth, free-floating shots. The system offers multiple operation modes for increased creative possibilities. You can choose to lock the camera in place along all three axes or have the camera smoothly follow your pan and tilt motions while keeping the horizon level. There is also a Commixture Mode, which locks the tilt axis while allowing the camera to follow left and right panning movements. Modes can be easily switched using a joystick, which can also be used to adjust camera pan and tilt position.
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CAME-TV CAME-Single Overview

The CAME-Single 3-Axis Handheld Camera Gimbal from CAME-TV is a single-handed stabilizer that supports loads up to 2.6 pounds, making it suitable for use with compact cameras such as the Panasonic GH4, Sony a7S, and Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. It utilizes three motors that stabilize the camera along the pan, tilt, and roll axes. This compensates for shakes, vibrations, and other unwanted movements, allowing you to capture smooth, free-floating shots. The system offers multiple operation modes for increased creative possibilities. You can choose to lock the camera in place along all three axes or have the camera smoothly follow your pan and tilt motions while keeping the horizon level. There is also a Commixture Mode, which locks the tilt axis while allowing the camera to follow left and right panning movements. Modes can be easily switched using a joystick, which can also be used to adjust camera pan and tilt position.

The system includes a quick-release plate for mounting your camera. As with sled-style stabilizers, your camera needs to be balanced in order to get the best performance. The balancing process is made easier thanks to tool-less adjustments along all axes. On the bottom of the handle, you'll find a 1/4"-20 threaded hole for mounting the stabilizer on an additional device, such as a slider, jib, or tripod. An additional 1/4"-20 threaded hole is located just above the handle for convenient mounting of a monitor without throwing of the camera balance or exceeding the load capacity of the motors.

The stabilizer is powered using two included 18650-type, 2500mAh rechargeable lithium-ion batteries that slot into the handle and provide around 20 hours of use on a full charge. A battery charger is also included, along with a hard carry case for storing and transporting the system.

Key Features

  • 2.6 lb load capacity
  • Updated 32-bit board
  • Lock, Follow, and Commixture Modes
  • Joystick for pan and tilt control
  • Button on side of handle for power on/off and changing modes
  • Tool-less balancing
  • Quick-release plat
  • Larger frame for increased tilt range
  • Internal rechargeable battery provides around 20 hours of operating time
  • 1/4"-20 threaded hole on bottom of the handle for mounting stabilizer on tripods, sliders, jibs, and other support devices
  • 1/4"-20 threaded hole above the handle for mounting a monitor or other accessory
  • Hard carry case included
UPC: 602766006700

CAME-TV CAME-Single Specs

Gimbal
Number of Axes3-Axis
Load Capacity2.6 lb / 1.2 kg
Battery
Battery Type1 x Built-In
Battery Runtime20 Hours
General
Mounting1 x 1/4"-20 Female
Weight2.6 lb / 1.2 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight8.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.4 x 13.3 x 7"
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will it work with the t5i with the 18-55 mm lens on it?
Asked by: Anonymous
While the T5i and an 18-55mm lens will be within the load capacity of the Came-Single this gimbal is still designed specifically for more compact, mirrorless cameras. The larger size of the T5i could cause it to not be a great fit. I suggest the Ikan DS1 Beholder or Nebula 4200 Lite as an alternative. Both are made to accommodate DSLRs and would be better fits.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Will the Sony a7RII with the 16-35mm f/4 Zeiss OSS work fine with this gimbal? It's just a few grams less than the 1.2kg weight limit. (1.14kg) I'm afraid that it might not work properly as this combination could decrease the gimbal's performace. If not, can you suggest me other pistol grip gimbals with hours of battery life which has a higher payload capacity. Thanks.
Asked by: William C.
The combination of A7RII and Zeiss 16-35mm f/4 OSS will be just under the load capacity of this gimbal. It should work fine, however you would have very little wiggle room and could not add a lens any heavier than the 16-35mm in the future. For a single handle gimbal with a higher load capacity you could look in to the Ikan DS1 Beholder. Its capacity is 3.7 pounds, which would give you a bit more room to grow.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I've a GH4 with a tokina f2.8 11-16mm IF DX lens, which is within the specified weight, BUT I'm worried that there won't be enough room to set the camera back far enough to counter the front heavy weight. Does anyone have this setup and has it working perfectly? Thanks in advance!!!
Asked by: sam
I on.y have a sony a600 and a canon 7d mark 2. its very roomy though.
Answered by: KEVIN F.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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would this gimbal work with a canon rebel? T2i specifically. Thanks
Asked by: Christian
The Came-Single is designed for cameras that are bit more compact than the Rebel T2i, such as the Sony A7S, Panasonic GH4 and Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. Its load capacity is 2.6 pounds, it may still work with the T2i just as long as you have a light enough lens. The Ikan DS1 Beholder is designed for DSLR cameras and has a larger load capacity of 3.7 pounds. It may be a better choice for you.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Can I use it with a FS5 ?
Asked by: Anonymous
The CAME-Single does not have a high enough load capacity to handle the Sony FS5. This gimbal works with cameras up to 2.5 pounds, a fully outfitted FS5 will weigh far more than that. It also has a bit of a bigger overall body design. Gimbals like the DJI Ronin and Letus35 Helix Jr. are more appropriate for that particular camcorder.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Will this gimbal work with a Canon Vixia HF G30?
Asked by: Acton U.
The CAME-Single is designed for compact cameras such as the Panasonic GH4, Sony a7S and Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. The Vixia HF G30 is too long to be properly balanced on it. You would want to look in to a dual handle system, such as the Ronin-M, for a camera like the Vixia G30.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Does B&H plan on carrying the version with removable 18650 batteries? Because that is by far the better option than the internal rechargeable battery.
Asked by: Nicholas C.
There is no plan I am currently aware of. For special order requests please email [email protected]<a href= http://BHPhoto.com target= _blank >BHPhoto.com</a>
Answered by: Dana G.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Is it OK to switch lenses on the go? Read somewhere that Pilotfly H2 would need new tweaks to work around lenses specifications (weight, front ou back heavy and so) then I thought about the Came-TV Single, if it would handle theses differences a little better. My setup is a Sony a6300 with 10-18mm f/4 lens and the other lens I'm planning to use is the 35mm f/1.8, also from Sony. Thank you for any help on it.
Asked by: Tiago C.
Units like the Pilotfly H2, CAME-Single, larger 2 handle units like the Ronin-M or even non-motorized gimbals like the Glidecam HD4000 all require proper and precise balance for operation. With any gimbal system re-balancing will be required when changing the overall weight or shape of the camera set up. Switching to a longer/shorter lens or a heavier/lighter lens will require you to re-balance the unit. This is unavoidable on all gimbals.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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