January 30, 2018 | cameras |

Small Self-Stabilizing 4k Gimbal Camera

Small 4K Gimbal Camera

The REMOVU K1 is a small 4K gimbal camera. The small handhled camera has a built-in mic and a 1.5 inch LCD screen built into the grip. The K1 is equipped with 3-axis gimbal technology and a F2.8 wide angle lens. The sensor is a 1/2.3 inch CMOS 12MP (Sony IMX377). Video Resolution is 4K (3840×2160) @ 30fps.

Additional video modes include:
Video (Normal, Motion)
Slow Motion Video (Normal, Motion)
Timelapse Video (Normal, Motion)

The Smartphone App (Android or iOS) connects via Wi-Fi Direct (2.4GHz).
Functions include Live View (Preview) & Playback. It can also remotely control the camera and gimbal.

The Romovu K1 is available for preorder at $429.99.


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