The frame is made from a combination of carbon fiber, aircraft aluminum and stainless steel, with the whole setup weighing in at 1.04 kg (2.3 lb)
An onboard gyroscope detects the user’s jiggles and shakes, and responds through an onboard microprocessor by activating one or more of the rig’s three brushless electric motors
Cameras weighing up to 2 kg (4.4 lb) can be accommodated
Power is provided by a custom li-ion battery pack, and all of the electronics are housed in splashproof enclosures
The BeSteady One is a new 3-axis video camera stabilizing rig, that can be operated by remote control
The burgeoning product category of video camera stabilizers is set to get a little more crowded, as Polish engineers Jack Iwaniec and Max Salamonowicz are currently proving very successful in the crowdfunding of their new rig, the BeSteady One. Similar in principal to the MoVI M10 and Ghost, it basically consists of a horizontal crossbar with handles at either end, which the camera hangs below on a gimbal-mounted platform – although the rig can also be used with the camera sitting above the crossbar.
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