April 6, 2013 | cameras, production

Incredible Movi Stabilizer, Game Changer?

The YouTube video that was here has been removed by the producer.

The MōVI M10 is produced by Freefly Systems of Seattle WA. The device is a digital, 3-axis, gyro-stabilized camera gimbal. People are calling it a game changer, but it is just now in production. The device weighs less than 3 and a half pounds and can be operated solo, or with the help of a second operator.

It is an amazing stabilizer, but there’s a catch – it’s $15,000. A second, smaller version called the M5 is planned to sell for $7,500.

What about this invention 3 years ago by Adam Sidman?

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