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Filmpower Nebula 4200 5 Axis gimbal from Nebula Filmpower on Vimeo.

Nebula4200 series’ advanced 5-axis system delivers an exhilarating performance. In addition to the yaw, roll and pitch axes, shake in the horizontal and vertical direction is reduced to zero. Handling rugged use, the Nebula4200 series allows users to film in any environmental conditions.

The 4200 series utilizes a 32-bit board dual sensor that gives users high-quality precision control and faster operation speeds.

The Nebula4200 series is ready to use in just 3 minutes. Without tools, simply adjust the balance of the camera, tighten and you’re ready to go. The stabilizer’s built auto-sensing camera detects parameters and matches them, requiring no further parameter adjustments.

Nebula4200 5-axis stabilizers use single or double exchange operation. These stabilizers easily replace single 3-axis stabilizers or other 5-axis stabilizers. The Nebula4200 5-axis gimbal includes a single handle; the Nebula4200lite 3-axis stabilizer is sold separately.

The Nebula4200 series can handle a load of 1.8kg (3.9lbs), supporting all types of DSLR cameras. The series is also compatible with mirrorless cameras. Regardless of the type of camera and/or lens you have, the Nebula4200 series can handle it.

Using a smart battery, the Nebula 4200 series has a run time of over 4 hours. Available power is displayed by LED. An added feature, these stabilizers can provide power to other electronic devices via DC12V/USB5V output.

While extremely difficult to mold and manufacture, the integrated design of the Nebula4200 series uses high quality silicon metal in an aluminum-magnesium alloy. Thus, while the overall weight of the stabilizer is lighter, its smooth surface is wear-resistant, durable, and timeless.

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