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  1. #1 Letus Gimbal 
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    https://vimeo.com/91366669
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    The three axis gimbal is supposed to be priced at 3800 usd but the price is not final. Pricing info at around 6.00 in the video. And the good thing is you can hold it close to your body. Can someone visiting NAB give more updates about this?

    Does it have any option to power from V mount batteries?
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    These look fantastic!
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    Smart compactness. But don't really understand how in the third rig we'd supposed to power the camera. And they better put a touch lcd on top of that Scarlet
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    Don't need a touchscreen just need a New Redlink ... this looks interesting and very affordable and it takes the weight. I agree about powering the camera not sure how you do it off the gimbal.
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    Any ideas on a release date? These look like a really great solution.
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    He is powering from a power-belt via custom cable - you can clearly see the cable in the video...
    Looks very promising!

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    Liking it. Just wondering what the weight is. Think they would have to beef it up a bit to support a reasonably built camera.
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    I would love to throw the 1 or 2 axis gimbal on a Steadicam sled...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon J.F. View Post
    I would love to throw the 1 or 2 axis gimbal on a Steadicam sled...
    That's what i'm talking about! If the 1 axis is reasonably priced, it'd be a no brainer to grab one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Minuni View Post
    That's what i'm talking about! If the 1 axis is reasonably priced, it'd be a no brainer to grab one
    The 3 axis version is $3800. That means the 1 axis will probably be less than $2500. Maybe even under $2,000. Seems worth it to not have to worry about your horizon line anymore... :)
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