TomTop supplies a number of great deals from time to time, and this FeiyuTech stabilizing gimbal is no exception. While it isn’t strictly Android-related, per se, I figure there’s a bit of overlap in the cell-phone/photography scene. Normally the a2000 is upward of $900, but on sale on TomTop for $639 and with the coupon code CYJFT2, you can get it for just $499. Check the specifications below and see if it’s something that’ll tickle your fancy.
- Handles loads of up to 2000g with a convenient balancing system; compatible with more cameras.
- Automatically adjusts to weights from 250g-2000g – no manual adjustments needed.
- Modular design allows for possibility of future accessories.
- Shutter cable included – control the shutter and zoom functions.
- Slip ring motors at panning axis, tilting axis and rolling axis 360° rotation without limit.
- Integrated 4-way joystick.
- 2,200mAh Li-Ion batteries – up to 12 hours of operation.
- Brand: FeiyuTech
- Model: a2000
- Tilt/Roll/Pan: 360°
- Tilting Increments: 2°/s~75°/s
- Panning Increments: 3°/s~150°/s
- Battery: 2200mAh
- Battery Runtime: up to 12 hours
- Load Weight: 250g-2000g
- Compatible Camera Models: Sony N-series, Sony A7RII / ILCE-7R / ILCE-5100, Panasonic LUMIX GH4, Canon 5D MarkIII, other cameras under 2000g (including accessories)
- Weight: 1067g
FeiyuTech a2000 3-axis handheld gimbal | USB cable | Shutter cable for Sony (3.5mm audio to multi) | 4 x 2250mAh battery |Smart Charger | Thumb Screw | Camera Support Frame Screw | Camera Support Frame | Quick Release Plate | Mini Tripod | User Manual
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