ACR Systems reveals BeSteady Mini

ACR Systems reveals BeSteady Mini

ACR Systems reveals BeSteady Mini. This new gimbal is a third generation of camera stabilizers, designed, coded and constructed in Poland, Europe. BeSteady Mini is based on the organic software introduced in the famous The Beast Gimbal, ACR Systems camera stabilizer for professional cameras. BeSteady Mini is a single-hand camera gimbal, one and only with ergonomic wooden handle and full access to camera screen.

 

I’ve been developing gimbals since 2012. During last few years I’ve gathered experience based on different designs. Our team was constantly growing. Coders, engineers, cinematographers became blood, tissue, and brains of an ambitious project. A lot of people helped us greatly investing their time as consultants and testers. Finally, after such a long time, the Third Generation has been born. I cannot wait to see beautiful movies that cinematographers will make thanks to the tools we are providing and to hear their stories”, said Max Salamonowicz, CEO at ACR Systems.

 

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One battery system of BeSteady provides up to 18 hours of work without breaks. Capturing video is easier thanks to dedicated remote controller. Now the users can change the settings of the camera ecosystem such as Sony, Canon or Panasonic with a thumb. BeSteady is available in Drone, Ring and Grip versions. Exclusively for pre-order from 25th January. More information can be found at www.besteady.eu.


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