MoVI Pro with Canon C500 at Phillips Craig & Dean Concert at Life Austin Amphitheatre grand opening. Richard Trub, Camera Operator/MoVI Tech
The Latest in 3 Axis Gyro Stabilization
The MōVI Pro handheld 3-axis digital stabilized camera gimbal is so advanced it redefines the possibilities for camera movement. This versatile new technology allows for use in helicopters, and in handheld, Steadicam and SteadiSeg applications. The proprietary control algorithms developed for the MōVI Pro utilize a very high accuracy GPS. This GPS allows for acceleration correction when the gimbal is used outdoors and has a GPS signal. This feature is useful when used on cars and helicopters where sustained extreme accelerational forces can cause non-GPS aided systems to drift.
The MōVI Pro can be removed in a matter of minutes and setup in The Majestic Mode. This allows for a single operator to intuitively control the pointing of the gimbal by moving the handles without compromising the stabilization of the image. The gimbal takes the operator’s movements and intelligently converts them into stabilized pan and tilt movements. This allows for very low profile single operator setup and accurate framing in tight situations.
A More Beautiful Barn-Mike, A More Beautiful Barn-Craig and Nancy, and A More Beautiful Barn-Glenn are also great examples of the MōVI at work. When the MōVI was not on the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle UAV/Drone filming aerials, it was being used on the ground with the RED Dragon Camera.
The MōVI Pro stabilized platform can carry the following cameras:
- Red Epic Grass Valley GV LDX Compact
- Red Dragon Black Majic BMD 4K, AJA 4K
- Red Scarlet Sony FS 100
- Arri Alexa Sony FS 700
- Sony F5 and F55 Sony Alpha 99
- Canon C100 Sony A7S
- Canon C300 Nikon D800
- Canon C500 Nikon D4
- Canon 1D-C Pansonic GH4
- Canon 5D GoPro
- Canon 7D
EXO “the” Gimbal ExoSkeleton
This state of the art design takes all the stress and weight out of operating stablised gimbal systems. Regardless of the size and weight of gimbal/camera that you use, you will soon find that shots become compromised after just a few minutes of filming due to fatigue and muscle aches when hand holding a gimbal.