Syrp Genie One Motion Control Pan Head/Linear Drive

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Syrp Genie One Motion Control Pan Head/Linear Drive
Key Features
  • Motorized Camera Platform
  • Keyframing for Complex Tracking Shots
  • Reduced Friction on Rope Drive
  • Integrates with Genie II Pan/Tilt Head
The Syrp Genie One Motion Control Pan Head/Linear Drive provides a versatile platform for creating motorized/motion control pans, or it can be used with the Genie rope and hooks to turn your manual slider into a motorized/motion-controlled rig. The versatile Genie One is also compatible with nearly any third-party slider with a 3/8"-16 threaded mounting stud on the carriage. Capable of supporting up to 33 pounds for horizontal moves or pans, the Genie one can pan at a rate of 60° per second, or track at a little more than 1.5" per second when mounted on a slider. It also supports up to 3.3 pounds when used on a slider in a vertical position. You can mount a Genie II pan/tilt head onto the top of the Genie One, creating a 3-axis motorized/motion control unit.
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Syrp Genie One Overview

The Syrp Genie One Motion Control Pan Head/Linear Drive provides a versatile platform for creating motorized/motion control pans, or it can be used with the Genie rope and hooks to turn your manual slider into a motorized/motion-controlled rig. The versatile Genie One is also compatible with nearly any third-party slider with a 3/8"-16 threaded mounting stud on the carriage. Capable of supporting up to 33 pounds for horizontal moves or pans, the Genie one can pan at a rate of 60° per second, or track at a little more than 1.5" per second when mounted on a slider. It also supports up to 3.3 pounds when used on a slider in a vertical position. You can mount a Genie II pan/tilt head onto the top of the Genie One, creating a 3-axis motorized/motion control unit.

Features include reduced friction on the rope drive, panoramic shooting for stills, a turntable mode for showcasing products, motion-controlled video, time-lapse mode for stills, and keyframing with the downloadable app for smartphone and tablet control via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Quiet operation and a compact portable design enable you to use the Genie One almost anywhere your travel. It features an integrated rechargeable battery that will last for approximately 48 hours when shooting time-lapse and five hours of continuous video shooting. The battery is recharged via a USB Type-C cable.

Features

  • Motorized platform compatible with the Genie II Pan/Tilt Head or third-party sliders
  • A 3/8"-16 threaded mounting hole and 3/8"-16 threaded stud for mounting cameras and rigs up to 33.1 pounds
  • Reduced rope-drive friction produces reliable vertical motion supporting up to 3.3 pounds
  • Time-lapse and video modes
  • Quiet operation; compact, portable design
  • Smartphone and tablet control via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi

App

The downloadable app is available for both iOS and Android, supports keyframes, and features the following modes:

  • Motion Video and Time-Lapse
  • Product Turntable
  • Panorama (requires optional Genie Mini II)
  • Stop Motion
  • Line Drive

Syrp Genie One Specs

Payload CapacityHorizontal: 33.1 lb / 15 kg
Vertical: 3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
Maximum SpeedPanning: 60° per sec
Linear: 1.57" / 4 cm per sec
ConnectivityBluetooth Low Energy 4.2
2.4 GHz
Interface1 x USB Type-C
1 x 2.5 mm Jack
Mount TypeBase: 3/8"-16 Thread
Top: 3/8"-16 Screw
Battery LifeTime-Lapse Mode: 48 h
Video Mode: 5 h
Dimensions4.3 x 3.9 x 3.9" / 11 x 10 x 10 cm
Weight2.4 lb / 1.1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.355 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.5 x 5.55 x 5.5"
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Date published: 2021-04-20

Good morning, interested if the genie one ...

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Answered by: Jabari
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Is the Genie rope included? How long is it?

Is the Genie rope included? How long is it?
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It's packaged with a rope that is approx. 10' -- but one can easily purchase additional rope as follows: https://bhpho.to/2TSlCko
Answered by: Bruno
Date published: 2020-11-03

How loud is the motor? Will it be noticeable if ...

How loud is the motor? Will it be noticeable if it is running while someone is speaking to a room?
Asked by: Jeff
The motor makes noise that may be picked up by microphones depending on the distance between the motor and the subject or the motor and the audio recording equipment. We recommend mounting microphone equipment at least a few feet away from the motor to avoid sound issues.
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Date published: 2021-06-15
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