The Beholder DS2-A is designed by Ikan specifically for professional filmmakers looking for a single handheld stabilizer for a large range of small cameras weighing up to 4 lbs. The DS2-A features a unique angled roll motor arm, which allows you to have a better view of the camera’s screen while using the gimbal. In addition, the DS2-A also features a 60 second Auto-Sweep mode, which allows you to program a 60 second camera movement. The Beholder DS2-A is lightweight, easy to use, and can be carried in your camera bag. It is also versatile enough to be used with a DSLR, mirrorless camera, GoPro, or smartphone, which makes it useful for vloggers. The DS2-A features a 360 degree rotation brushless motor on the yaw axis for a higher range of mobility. With a payload of up to 4 lbs. the DS2-A has the ability to stabilize a wide range of today’s popular DSLR & mirrorless cameras including the Canon 5D Mark IV, Canon 6D, Canon 7D, Sony a6300, Sony a7SII, Panasonic GH5, GoPro, or smartphone. Using a 32-bit controller with a 12-bit encoder, the DS2-A uses an adaptive PID algorithm to produce an efficient handheld stabilizer. This means that the gimbal will respond faster, balance easier, and have greater battery life. In Lock Mode, the yaw, pitch, and roll axis work together to keep the camera pointed in one direction. The camera’s composition will stay the same no matter how you move the handle. Quickly lock your camera into any position by manually pointing and holding it in any direction. After a few seconds, the camera will lock and hold its position until it is reset back to default. The DS2-A features 3 different follow modes: In Yaw-Axis Follow Mode, the DS2-A will only follow your pan movements. In Pitch and Yaw-Axis Follow mode, the DS2 will follow your pan and tilt movements. Finally, the 3-Axis Follow Mode gives full control allowing to pan, tilt, and roll.
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