The New Nebula 5100 Single Hand GimbalClaims Its Doesn’t Balancing

Posted by at 2:48 pm on March 7, 2017

Film Power has announced a new single handheld gimbal stabiliser. The Nebula 5100 3-axis  sports a new high-torque motor for ‘no-balancing’, extended battery life, hidden cable design and 360° unlimited rotation on all three axis’.

Pistol grip gimbals are suit small mirrorless cameras down to the ground, and Film Power has been making them for some time now.

The Nebula 5100 is their latest revision, continuing their more concise battery-in-the-handle design.
Nebula 5100 – Main Updated Features

  • A new generation motor with built-in encoder for all 3 axis’
  • High torque, no need for balancing, 8-10 hours battery life
  • 360° unlimited rotation on all axis’
  • One key back to midpoint & one key recording
  • Supports direct charge
  •  Nebula 5100 has a max payload of up to 2.5kg
  •  Cable-less design – all internal cabling supports 360° of unlimited rotation.

The Nebula 5100 is powered by a new generation motor with built-in encoder, with a higher torque that requires ‘no balancing’. We have not used the rig yet, but we bet that is marketing talk that the margin for error in balancing is greatly decreased.

The increased torque gives you more flexibility with being a bit ‘rough’ with the gimbal – subtle focus adjustments and simply moving the camera into place on the tilt/pan axis can now be achieved.

As in the past this new  Film Power has a joystick for axis control, a quick-release plate and a carrying case.

Plu you no longer have to remove the battery like every product ever, you can now charge from a pole-tap connection from the handle.

The Nebula 5100 is currently available for pre-order.

Leave a Reply

Sign Up For Our Newsletter

Sign up to receive breaking news
as well as receive other site updates

Enter your Email

Preview | Powered by FeedBlitz

Log in

Copyright © 2008 - 2018 · StreetCorner Media , LLC· All Rights Reserved ·