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Feiyutech reveals new gimbal for steady looking photos and videos

summonMany of us happen to have a social media account, at the very least, one of them. Well, what can one do with such accounts? Of course we would be wont to upload the latest happenings in our lives, and since a picture speaks a thousand words, and the easy availability of smartphones which can capture more than decent looking shots most of the time, there is a whole lot of media that floods such channels. If you feel that you would like to take your photo taking and video recording sessions with your smartphone to greater heights, then you might want to consider investing in a gimbal. Feiyutech of China has just revealed a new gimbal for steady looking photos and videos.

This China-hailed company have unveiled a couple of new products – the MGLite which happens to be an upgrade of the gimbal for their Micro SLR camera to a knob, enabling users to adjust the gravity of the camera without a tool, as well as a newly-designed storage bag, which would be able to make life a whole lot easier as you bring the MGLite around with you on your work or mission.

Of course, the other product would be the most exciting one, as you can see in the image above, where it is known as the Summon, which is a handheld gimbal camera. Feiyutech has always been the world’s leading brand in handheld gimbals for sports cameras, but this newly-released handheld gimbal camera will hopefully be able to deliver a greater impact on the whole sports camera industry. It will deeply integrate an anti-shake function, allowing it to shoot 4K video at 25FPS and with 3-axis stabilization. Not only that, it has the endurance to be able to shoot without stopping for over 180 minutes.

Other functions available include anti-shake slow motion, time lapse, a programmable 360-degree auto-rotation time-lapse system, long exposure & anti-shake photography, and remote controlled photography via an app that is installed on a smartphone.

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