CAME-TV SPRY 4-in-1 Gimbal with Detachable Head

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CAME-TV
Key Features
  • Detachable Gimbal Head
  • Multiple Configurations
  • For Smartphones, GoPro, Point-and-Shoot
  • For Select Sony RX100 with Cable
The CAME-TV SPRY 4-in-1 Gimbal with Detachable Head is a handheld, detachable, and mountable gimbal for smartphones, GoPro cameras, and point-and-shoot cameras weighing up to 1.1 pounds, including the Sony RX100 versions 4, 5, 6, and 7. The gimbal incorporates brushless motors and can be detached and mounted on many platforms such as a jib, tripod, chest mount, bike, or car. The gimbal includes a removable smartphone clamp with a clamping range of 2 to 3", making it suitable for holding an iPhone X, 6, 7, 8, 7 Plus, and 8 Plus.
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CAME-TV SPRY Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Control
  • 3Modes
  • 4Compatibility

The CAME-TV SPRY 4-in-1 Gimbal with Detachable Head is a handheld, detachable, and mountable gimbal for smartphones, GoPro cameras, and point-and-shoot cameras weighing up to 1.1 pounds, including the Sony RX100 versions 4, 5, 6, and 7. The gimbal incorporates brushless motors and can be detached and mounted on many platforms such as a jib, tripod, chest mount, bike, or car. The gimbal includes a removable smartphone clamp with a clamping range of 2 to 3", making it suitable for holding an iPhone X, 6, 7, 8, 7 Plus, and 8 Plus.

The gimbal can be set up with the pan motor on either side of your camera or smartphone, allowing you to adjust cable connections. The included mounting cup holds the handle of the gimbal and has a 1/4"-20 threaded mounting hole on the bottom, enabling you to mount the gimbal, in single-hand mode, on a tripod or other mounting platform. A knurled knob allows you to unlock the gimbal from the handle/battery base, and you can attach the gimbal to the included SPRY Base which provides longer runtimes, expanded mounting options, and a lower profile.

Control

Control your smartphone with the BT Shutter app and an optional wireless remote control
An included cable for the Sony RX100 provides camera control from the gimbal

Modes

Follow mode: Camera follows the tilt and pan movements of your wrist, and roll is adjusted with the joystick
Semi-Follow mode: Camera tilt is locked but can be adjusted with the joystick, and camera follows pan
Fully Locked mode: All axes are locked, and tilt/pan adjustments can be made with the joystick
Inverted mode for low-angle shooting: Allows you to have full tilt range when held upside down in Semi-Follow and Fully Locked modes—does not matter in Follow mode
Three shooting functions: 180°, Portrait, and 360° Panorama
Low-angle inverted shooting capability
Joystick on handle replaces buttons for better control of the gimbal (pan/tilt/roll)
Simultaneous pan and tilt control
Handheld and detachable/mountable with wired control

Compatibility

Compatible with GoPro and other similar-sized cameras
Compatible with the Sony RX100 camera, versions 4, 5, 6, and 7
Compatible with smartphones ranging from 2 to 3" wide

CAME-TV SPRY Specs

Gimbal
Number of Axes3-Axis (Pitch, Roll, Yaw)
Rotation RangePitch (Tilt): 360°
Roll: 360°
Yaw (Pan): 360°
Load Capacity3.5 to 14.1 oz / 100 to 400 g
Compatibility
Smartphone DimensionsWidth: 2 to 3.1" / 52 to 78 mm
Supported Camera DimensionsW: 4 x H: 2.3 x D: 1.7" / W: 101.6 x H: 58.1 x D: 42.8 mm
Connectivity
Ports1 x USB (Unspecified Type)
Battery
Capacity (mAh)1000 mAh
Battery Runtime4 to 5 Hours
Battery ChemistryLithium-Ion
Voltage11.1 VDC
General
Weight1.1 lb / 0.5 kg (without Battery)
1.21 lb / 0.55 kg (with Battery)
Remote
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17.5 x 10.9 x 4.9"
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Date published: 2019-03-05
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