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March 3, 2017 at 4:10 am #12407
Danny WongForum Member
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TG20 360VR is a 360 camera rig that has a built-in gimbal. It can be used on a drone, handheld, or even attached to a helmet. Check out the sample videos!
As of Q1 2017, there are a small handful of stabilized gimbals for 360 camera rigs. The TG20 360VR differs from them in that it already includes a rig for GoPro and similar cameras. By using a rig around the motors, the TG20’s motors are outside the cameras’ field of view.
The TG20 can accommodate 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 GoPro Hero 3, 3+, or 4 (a holder for Hero 5 is coming soon). It can also be used with the Kodak SP360 4k, or the Z-Cam E1 (with Micro Four Thirds sensor). The TG20 can be used on a drone, monopod, dolly, jib, or even attached to a helmet.
Here are the key specifications:
Stabilizer Weight (with cameras): 1.9kg
Stabilizer Weight (without cameras): 1.1kg
Dimension: 22 x 22 x 26cm
Carbon Fiber Tube Length: 60cm
Battery life: 6 hours.
Maximum Controllable Speed: PAN Axis 100 degree/second
Controllable Angle Of Each Axis: PAN 360 degree
Roll +-30 degree
Pitch +-30 degree
The TG20 can rapidly correct for movement with an accuracy within less than 0.05 degree.
It is designed to be used on a DJI S900, S1000, or Matrix 600, but can be adapted to other drones with adequate payload capacity.
For more details of TG20 VR Stabilizer, please check:
Or contact Stabilizer-Pro Danny Wong
Professional 360VR Panoramic Rigs and Stabilizers Supplier.
http://www.stabilizer-pro.comMarch 3, 2017 at 6:49 am #12424
Sam RohnForum Member
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hi danny –
i saw this was posted a few times, seems there were a few dupes in our spam filter and a news article with the same content
i deleted the others and restored this post, if you have any problems posting please do not repost, you can either email email@example.com or post any question in IVRPA website discussion forum and we will see what is going on behind the scenes and sort it out
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