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Eric S. Filsonfilmmaker & cinematographer

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There have been different forms of camera stabilization around for years. Most of it it is pretty expensive, heavy, and generally cumbersome. FreeFly Systems seeks to change this with MōVI M10. This unique handheld stabilization idea for today/s generation of small digital film cameras. It utilizes gimbal technology from their remote arial platforms.


MōVI in Action (Quick Video) from Vincent Laforet on Vimeo.




Here's what FreeFly says about the MōVI M10:


Introducing a handheld 3-axis digital stabilized camera gimbal, so advanced, it redefines the possibilities for camera movement. The heart of the gimbal is Freefly’s proprietary high performance IMU and brushless direct drive system. The gimbal is 100% custom designed in-house by our engineering team. No compromises were made to accommodate off-the-shelf brushless motors, motor drives or IMUs. Creating the gimbal from scratch allowed Freefly to precisely execute our vision for the next generation of stabilized camera gimbals. In creating this camera gimbal, we aim to empower a new era of stabilized cinematography. Freefly MōVI - “The New Moving Picture.”

Additional MōVI M10 Features:
+ Majestic Mode
+ Translation Compensation
+ Live wireless tuning & graphing
+ Remote Firmware Updatable
+ Drift Free Horizon
+ Silent Drive
+ Shot Recorder
+ Custom Direct Drive Motors
+ User adjustable shakey cam



Vincent LaForet shot a short film that showcases this technology:

MōVI from Vincent Laforet on Vimeo.



MōVI BTS from Vincent Laforet on Vimeo.




Here is another video showing off FreeFly's remote arial platform:

ROAM from Freefly on Vimeo.