axes: tilt, roll and pan. Powering the motor and sensor is a 800 mAh removable battery that is capable of up to 100 minutes of operating time, which is more than enough for most shoots.
There are three major features of the Husky HY3M handheld gimbal. First, the builtin easy clip holder allows users to begin shooting in no time, as well as delivers stability to an action camera during recording. Next is the complementary counterweight that can be attached to the pitch motor when shooting with larger smartphones. The last feature to highlight is the joystick, which can be used to control the tilt and switch between the shooting modes of the gimbal.
Unlike the previous Gibbon GN1, handling the Husky HY3M is much simpler and faster. All we need to do is mount the action camera to the easy clip holder and adjust its vertical axis. Then, keep the gimbal motionless before powering it on. Once powered, the gimbal will automatically stabilize the action camera and is good to go.
Performance-wise, we brought out the gimbal for our on-field testing with the GoPro HERO4 attached, and it turned out great. The footages we shot looked smooth, stable and professional – almost like in the movies. Due to its compact size, the gimbal can be used in almost any environment, and is relatively easy to carry around. In terms of functionality, there are three shooting modes: Pan Follow, Pan-Tilt Follow and Lock, but we predominantly used the Pan Follow mode because most of our intended subjects are fast-motion subjects.
3-axis Gimbal System
110g – 210g
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