Kumbacam’s gimbal mounts use three brushless motors, one for each axis, to counteract sudden movements, both wide and subtle, to create remarkably steady, professional-looking images. Our video below shows us shaking the living daylights out of our smartphone in one window, and the remarkably smooth results in the other.
We can assure you, the experience using one of Kumbacam’s gimbal mounts feels as cool as it looks. We even circled back to borrow the smartphone mount so that Digital Trends’ intrepid video producer, Rich Shibley, could shoot video of Acton’s Peter Treadway showing off his RocketSkates as he zoomed through the crowd.
You can find Kumbacam and all its products, including the full-on Phantom Drone 2 kit seen in our video, right here.
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