ARRI Maxima MX30 QL 3-Axis Motorized Gimbal Pro Set (V-Mount)

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ARRI Maxima MX30 QL 3-Axis Motorized Gimbal Pro Set (V-Mount)
Key Features
  • Sturdy Build Supports up to 66 Pounds
  • 3-Axis Motorized Gimbal Stabilizer
  • For ARRI and 3rd-Party Cameras
  • Wireless & Joystick Controllers
The ARRI MAXIMA MX30 QL Gimbal Pro Set (V-Mount) includes the ring-style, electronically stabilized, 3-axis camera gimbal, a wireless remote, and three camera-power cables. Use this high-end gimbal on its own to create fluid handheld moves, or as an integrated component of TRINITY - ARRI's 5-axis hybrid camera stabilizer. With a maximum payload of up to 66 pounds, and an open-ended mount, the MAXIMA is ready to roll, pan, and tilt with almost any cine or broadcast–style HD or film camera. Power cables are included for the ALEXA, ALEXA Mini, and for a 12V XLR-compatible camera. Its solid build, high torque, durable ball-bearing roll cage, 32-bit ARM–based multi-processor, and brushless motors counteract unwanted movement, enabling an operator to shoot freely.
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$20,860.00

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ARRI Maxima MX30 QL 3-Axis Motorized Gimbal Pro Set (V-Mount)

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ARRI MX30 Overview

The ARRI MAXIMA MX30 QL Gimbal Pro Set (V-Mount) includes the ring-style, electronically stabilized, 3-axis camera gimbal, a wireless remote, and three camera-power cables. Use this high-end gimbal on its own to create fluid handheld moves, or as an integrated component of TRINITY - ARRI's 5-axis hybrid camera stabilizer. With a maximum payload of up to 66 pounds, and an open-ended mount, the MAXIMA is ready to roll, pan, and tilt with almost any cine or broadcast–style HD or film camera. Power cables are included for the ALEXA, ALEXA Mini, and for a 12V XLR-compatible camera. Its solid build, high torque, durable ball-bearing roll cage, 32-bit ARM–based multi-processor, and brushless motors counteract unwanted movement, enabling an operator to shoot freely.

Control the MAXIMA using its joystick or the included 2.4GHz wireless remote control; both preset and customized profiles are available. Precision components and software minimize angular deviation and offer seamless, reliable operation with tilt moves up to 90°. For ease of use, the included joystick may be mounted at various positions on the MAXIMA's handheld frame.

When switching between configurations, mount and detach your camera from the gimbal using the tool-free Quick Lock Camera Plate. A top-mounted handle and two side handgrips offer multiple options for handheld use. Long-lasting V-Mount batteries can be attached to the MAXIMA MX30 QL's integrated battery plate for powering the gimbal and camera.

Features

Use with almost any cine-style HD camera or film camera rig weighing up to 66 pounds
Controllable by the operator using the mountable joystick, or by a camera assistant with the included wireless remote control
Bi-directional, 2.4 GHz remote control with 1.5" OLED screen
Handheld, ring-style gimbal can be used alone or with ARRI's TRINITY stabilizer
32-Bit ARM stabilization, ball-bearing roll cage, and high torque enable precise, reliable moves
Integrated quick-lock camera plate and V-Mount battery plate
Includes ALEXA, ALEXA Mini, and 12V XLR camera power cables

ARRI MX30 Specs

Maximum Capacity66 lb (30 kg)
Maximum Angular Deviation0.05°
Vertical TiltUp to 90°
Processor32-bit
Wireless RemoteType: Bi-directional, 2.4 GHz
OLED display: 1.5" (38 mm)
Range: 820' (250 m)
Dimensions (WxHxD)Gimbal: 21.3 x 20.4 x 5.4" (540 x 518 x 137 mm)
Wireless Remote: 3.1 x 4.3 x 7.9" (80 x 110 x 200 mm)
WeightGimbal: 16.5 lb (7.5 kg)
Wireless Remote: 1.1 lb (0.5 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight32.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)25 x 24 x 17"
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