First handheld gimbal with camera control interface. 3 axis 360°degree rotation
App & wireless remote control.
Battery: 2 types of battery adaptation provide 6-12 hours working life
Built-in compact slip rings enable the gimbal to have all 3 axes 360 degrees unlimited rotation
Tool-less mounting system, easy to use.
The Zhiyun-Tech Crane v2 is a 3-axis handheld gimbal stabilizer offering 360° rotation along all three axes. It offers button-powered, continuous rotation along the pan axis, and manual, non-stop circular rotation along the tilt and roll axes.
The Crane is designed for DSLR and mirrorless cameras weighing up to 3.3 lb, such as the Sony a7S and Panasonic GH4, and includes an attachable lens support for long lenses. The Crane features three 32-bit MCUs (motor control units) running in parallel at 4000 Hz, and has a stepless joystick at your fingertips that allows switching between different modes. Cameras attach by securing a simple thumbscrew without any tools, and full setup can be achieved within a minute.
A 1/4"-20 threaded mounting hole on the bottom also allows use with monopods and various other support equipment. The Crane can also be controlled wirelessly from an iOS/Android app (available from Zhiyun-Tech) via a built-in Bluetooth connection to your phone. The Crane runs on and comes with two 26500 batteries, which feature a 12-18 hour runtime.
- 360° rotation along all three axes
- Supports compact cameras weighing up to 3.3 lb
- Includes an attachable lens support for long lenses
- Features three 32-bit MCUs running in parallel at 4000 Hz
- 4-way stepless joystick
- Tool-less camera attachment using thumbscrew
- 1/4"-20 threaded mounting hole on the bottom
- Can be controlled wirelessly from an iOS/Android app via built-in Bluetooth
- 12 hour runtime with included batteries
1 x Zhiyun Crane V2 Gimbal
1 x Lens Support
1 x Lens Support Screw
1 x Mounting Screw
1 x Micro USB Cable
2 x 26500 Liion Battery
1 x Battery Charger
1 x Battery Box
1 x Gimbal Carry Case
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