Since the arrival of the Freefly Systems Movi M10 3-Axis stabiliser in 2013, we’ve seen an influx of similar systems, varying in material (aluminium as compared to carbon fiber) and ease of setup (DJI’s ronin comes to mind).
The latest addition to the market comes from Korean film gear producers, Vavaron.
Drawing on 3 years of design flaws with early gimbals, Varavon introduces some innovation of their own today.
- Small Footprint- Great for cameras like the Sony A7 series.
- Foldable table-stand that connects with both handles. This gives additional stability especially when balancing the camera.
- Packs into a small bag- Great for travelling by yourself.
- Wireless Thumb Controller that allows for innovating mounting and still retaining control over the gimbal.
Overall, the Varavon BirdyCam Lite is perfect for the solo shooter that needs to travel light and shoots predominantly with smaller, mirrorless cameras. The wireless thumb control is an added bonus for going into tight corners, and the system is easy to balance and set-up.
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