Feiyu A1000 Gimbal with Slanted Back Motor (New Version with Payload Upto 1700 grams)
Feiyu A1000 Gimbal with Slanted Back Motor (New Version with Payload Upto 1700 grams)

Feiyu A1000 Gimbal with Slanted Back Motor (New Version with Payload Upto 1700 grams)

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SSK # FY-FYA1000

Shopping Point 4.995 = RM5.00

Feiyu A1000 Gimbal with Slanted Back Motor

Features

WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET

The rolling motor of A1000 is designed to be slant. Thus, the screen of the camera will not be sheltered by rolling motor again and makes photography easier.

TOOL-LESS SETUP IN UNDER 3 MINUTES

Moving quick plate back and forth to balance tilting axis in a horizontal direction. Sliding the arms of three axis to balance the center of gravity of camera, and then tighten the lock screws for three axis. The User-friendly damping sliding arm allows user setup the gimbal within 3 mints.

360 DEGREE ROTATING IN ALL AXIS

The 3-axis 360 degrees limitless rotating design allow you create more fun and amazing films.

WHAT’S DIFFERENT

The payload of A1000 is 1000 grams, and the price is cheaper, the 45-degree elevation design at rolling axis of A1000 ensure the viewfinder screen will not be covered by rolling axis.

Auto-Rotation and Automatic Shutter

The A1000 can follow a planned rotation route that has been set manually, auto-rotation and automatic shutter function, making complicated time-lapse photography easier and more fun.

What's in the box?

  • A1000 Gimbal*1
  • USB Cable*1
  • 18650 Battery*4
  • smart charger*1
  • thumbscrew*1
  • screw for camera support frame*1
  • camera support frame*1
  • adjusting clamping plate*1
  • Sony shutter release*1
  • Manual*1
  • Bag *1

Reviews Feiyu A1000 Gimbal with Slanted Back Motor (New Version with Payload Upto 1700 grams)

Dawn Chii
10/07/2019
100
When i using a non stabilized prime lens (lumix leica 15mm ) and Lumix Gx8 (lacks stabilization in 4k video recording), i find this cheap gimbal very handy. Although i don???‚¬?„?t use it with extreme and creative movements, but using it mearly to stabilize the camera when walking is worth the extra weight (it is heavy too, just like any other motorized gimbals if you try to handle it with single hand)
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