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Beholder EC1 3 Axis 360 Degree Gimbal

ikan present a look at the features on the Beholder EC1 3 Axis 360 Degree Gimbal.

Features
Durable All Aluminum Construction
360 Degree Movement from All Axis (Pitch, Yaw & Roll)
Works with DSLR’s & Mirrorless Cameras between 2.0 to 4.5 lbs
Equipped with 3 Axis Gyro Stabilized Brushless Motors to Balance Most Mirrorless & DSLR Cameras
OLED Display Screen to show operating modes
Equipped with 32-Bit Controller & 12-Bit Encoder
Lithium Battery Powered- Low Maintenance, Eco-Friendly
Illuminated ON-OFF Switch/Battery Indicator 3/8″-16 Tripod Mount Socket

The Beholder EC1 is designed specifically for professional filmmakers looking for a single handheld stabilizer for a large range of medium and small cameras weighing up to 4.5 lbs. The Beholder EC1 is lightweight, easy to use, and can be carried in the supplied case or a small photographer bag.

360 Motors
The 3-Axis gimbal features three 360 degree rotating brushless motors that give you a limitless range of motion.

With a payload of up to 4.5 lbs., the EC1 has the ability to stabilize a wide range of today’s popular DSLR and mirrorless cameras. Sony a6300, Sony a7SII, Panasonic GH4, and the Canon 5D Mark III are just a few cameras that the EC1 can handle.

Using a 32-bit controller with a 12-bit encoder, the EC1 uses an adaptive PID algorithm to produce a reliably efficient handheld stabilizer.

The EC1 features 3 different follow modes. In Yaw-Axis Follow Mode, the EC1 will only follow your Pan movements. In Pitch and Yaw-Axis Follow mode, the EC1 will follow your Pan and Tilt Movements. Finally, the 3-Axis Follow Mode gives you full control allowing you to Pan, Tilt, and Roll.

A display screen located on the back of the handle conveniently provides you with information on the battery life and operating mode.

The EC1 handle comes with two 1/4-20 mounts that are perfect for mounting accessories such as a light, microphone, or monitor. A 3/8-16 thread located on the bottom allows you to securely mount the EC1 to a tripod, jib, or dual handle support system such as the Ikan DGH.

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