ACK Pro Mid-Sized Ball Bearing Brushless Gimbal With Turnigy 4008 Motors (NEX5 And GF3 Sized)
Movement:, Controllable axis:, Hook and rod Mount:, Axis of stabilization:, Max camera width:, Dimension:, Motor:, Camera support:, The brushless gimbal controller is not included, allowing you can match it to your preference and configuration.,
Turnigy and ACK have come together to introduce one of the best all-around mid-sized brushless gimbals available.
ACK is well known for their superb engineering and quality manufacturing. It is now matched with the precision Turnigy 4008 Gimbal motor, making this an outstanding gimbal for your mid-sized camera.
From the top, the ACK gimbal has 6 high quality tension damper balls linked to a compression style mount, with the new standard of 60mm hook and rod isolated upper frame mounting available on most multi-rotor frames. The 3k carbon and CNC aluminum construction has double supports on each joint and offers full adjustability for varying camera/lens combinations. A unique feature of this frame is that the roll axis is supported by dual 14mm bearings and not by the motor bearings. This stops all flexing under the stress of flight. The lower camera mounting plate has 54mm of forward and back adjustability allowing for long lens setups. The included Turnigy 4008 gimbal motors provide ultra-smooth stabilizing motion with plenty of torque. ACK decided not to include a controller allowing for your preference of the many available Brushless Gimbal Controllers, such as our Quanum AlexMos.
If you are looking for better than GoPro video, it is time to look at moving up to mid-sized full frame cameras and the ACK/Turnigy gimbal.
• Direct drive Brushless Motors for both Roll and Pitch axis
• Made of 3K 2.0mm Carbon Fiber and aluminum which is light and strong
• Steady performance with high quality Rubber Tension Damper Balls
• Designed especially for mid-size cameras like the NEX5 and GF3
• Controllable Roll Axis Movement with Max. 80 Degrees of freedom
• Assembled and adjusted
• Dual bearing frame support on roll axis
• Both motors have dual plate supports
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