FeiyuTech's new one-handed Gimbal AK2000S stabilizes - with a dead weight of 1.2 kg up to 2.2 kg professional (DSLR) cameras in three axes electronically.
The FeiyuTech AK2000S is ready for operation within less than two seconds of being switched on - in stand-by mode even in just one second. The three-axis lock ensures that the gimbal position is maintained even during a change of location or a pause in shooting and that shooting can continue at another time or location without any problems in the old camera position, without having to rebalance the FeiyuTech AK2000S.
FeiyuTech uses a novel quick mounting system with an additional plate, which is compatible with the ARCA Swiss standard and therefore compatible with almost all common camera models. The camera can thus be quickly and easily removed and remounted without having to re-align it. The integrated LCD touch screen displays information about the connection to the camera or the current status of the battery, which when fully charged can be used for up to 12 hours and recharged in two hours.
The camera mode can be changed from Pan mode to All Follow mode or All Lock mode with just one movement to adapt to the shooting situation. An intelligent anti-shake algorithm is designed to deliver sharp, wobble-free images even when used in extreme environments.
The frame of the FeiyuTech AK2000S is made of ultra-light space aluminium, the handles of real rosewood wood, which is supposed to provide a particularly comfortable wearing comfort even during longer films. An additional handle allows different angles of rotation and mounting with minimal effort.
The FeiyuTech AK2000S is available from the beginning of December in two versions, the AK2000S Standard Kit costs 369 Euro, the AK2000S Advanced Kit for 429 Euro includes the Gimbal and the FeiyuTech AKF2, a tool for automatic focus control (Follow Focus). It is mounted over the flash shoe of the camera or at the Fixboard of the Gimbals and is equipped with a brushless motor with lens ring.
Optional accessories include the Hyperlink Remote Controller, which allows the gimbal to be remotely controlled, for example, to enable even the most unusual angles of rotation.