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The Zhiyun Crane is the first handheld gimbal of its kind with an integrated CCI (Camera Keep an eye on Interface) joystick. This lets you manipulate the pitch, roll, or yaw of the gimbal manually at any time. At a later date, the camera’s shutter and focus will also be capable of be controlled by the buttons on gimbal’s deal with. 3 operational modes provide you the freedom to film footage alternatively you’d like, whilst the tool-less mounting components save time and effort.
3-Axis 360° degree brushless motors offer you unlimited rotation. With advanced automotive-grade magnetic encoders attached to each motor, the gimbal can keep level within an unprecedented 0.02 degrees of ensuring a level horizon once a camera is properly balanced. As a result of this, multiple shooting requirements are easily met, such as inverted shooting, and low-angle shots.
The Zhiyun Crane also offers a built-in wireless Keep an eye on module which can be connected with Zhiyun’s remote Keep an eye on (sold one by one) or the Zhiyun smartphone app, which can be utilized to pan/tilt/roll the gimbal as well as update firmware and calibrate remotely. An innovative battery tray design supports 18650 batteries, with the option to also use 26650 batteries (not included), providing 6 hours or 12 hours of battery life respectively.
Weighs only 950 grams, with a powerful maximum payload weight of 1200 grams for almost all mirrorless and DSLR cameras. With the 1/4″ screw thread at the bottom of the gimbal deal with, the Zhiyun Crane can be combined with multiple filming accessories, such as tripods or extension rods, offering much more versatility.
The Zhiyun Crane is the first to achieve three 32-bit MCUs running in parallel at an out of this world 4k hertz. Powerful MCUs (microcontroller units) combined with Zhiyun’s efficient attitude Keep an eye on algorithms and advanced servo Keep an eye on algorithms allow the gimbal to sense, compute, and Keep an eye on the camera to a stunning 0.01-degree accuracy, all within 0.25 milliseconds.