Do-It-Yourself gymbal stabilization project comes up with intriguing new technique
Since April of this year many cameramen are looking forward to the new stabilization techniques that the so-called “brushless gymbal” approach promises. We’ve seen the famous MōVI and numerous helicopters with gymbal stabilization showing up. Unfortunately the MōVI is unaffordable for most of us due it’s hefty “15,000 pricetag. That’s why many other companies and do-it-yourselfers are trying to imitate and innovate this form of stabilization.
Here’s Alex Moskalenko who runs a website on do-it-yourself stabilization and his newest prototype 5 axis brushless gimbal rig. 2 of the motors are dedicated to stabilizing the camera in position as opposed to simply stabilizating the camera orientation.
cinescopophilia reports that “At this stage Alex says he has no plans to bring this 5 axis brushless gimbal camera rig to market.” and compares the stabilization technique to a chicken head steadicam.
This is Alex Mosalenko’s latest version of the real thing. I heard of amateurs building something like that successfully, but they told me it takes a lot of time to do:
How much does it cost and how long does it take to build? If you have the answer please share in the comments.
more info on Alex Mosalenko’s website: LINK