The GH3-3D 3 Axis brushless gimbal is specifically designed for aerial photography and is compatiable with all standard size action cameras including the GoPro Hero3+, Turnigy HD, Quanum FPV Plus, Isaw Edge and many others.
The frame is polycarbonate, which provides excellent strength but reduces the overall weight of the gimbal and its practical and compact design is easy to install, simply mount the gimbal to your flight platform and attach your camera!
The GH3-3D Axis brushless gimbal uses high-speed 32-bit MCU (Gimbal Control Unit), a high-precision sensor and excellent control algorithms ensuring unmatched stability and reliability in the air.
If you are serious about aerial photography a 3D axis gimbal is a must. The GH3-3D is a perfect choice.
• 3 Axis stabilization
• Small structure and light weight
• Brushless motor direct drive
• Anti-vibration rubber mounts
• Easy to mount and setup
• Compatible with standard size action cameras
• Suitable for 450 size multirotors or above
Working Voltage: 3S LiPo Battery
Working Current: 50-600mA
Pitch angle range: (up)-48°~+95°(down)
Roll angle range: (left)-35°~+35°(right)
Yaw angle range :(left)-45°~+45°(right)
Weight: 168g (without camera)
Dimension: 87.3mm x 80mm x 94.4mm
Working temperature: -10C~70Celcius
Control Accuracy: 0.1°
1x 3-axis gimbal
1x Top shock absorption plate
1x Accessories pack
1x user manual
Hmotnost ( g )
Thus far this is a great camera gimbal. The frustrating part is was amassing the necessary software to get it to run. The GUI has to be loaded as well as the driver to get it to work. I have submitted the files under the files tab along with the default PID settings. Without the software it is just a paper weight and for a few months that's all I had!I'm not sure what I'll use this for. The GUI seems to work on Win7. The user manual is poor, the calibration is poorly documented. In terms of quality, the unit seems built fairly well, and is lightweight. Performance- the stock tuning works fine, but there is a lot of drift. Also, you have to align the yaw to center for each power-up; this is taken as center by the controller each time. Otherwise you will have off-center yaw to begin with. The drift is bad enough to give an off-level horizon within a minute or two. Who makes this? Can't find a website for mfr support. Not recommended.