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5N Storm Eye Brushless Gimbal Full Carbon Kit (Mini DSLR)

5N Storm Eye Brushless Gimbal Full Carbon Kit (Mini DSLR)

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$107.56
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Weight:
407 g
SKU:
450000107-0
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The new Storm Eye 5N lightweight carbon composite brushless gimbal mount for small DSLR's such as the Nex5. The Storm Eyes Carbon Tube and clamp design allows for a wide range of adjustability to achieve proper camera balance. The kit comes with ball bearing supports, anodized CNC aluminum components, full hardware and the vibration mount with dampening balls. The 5N is designed for the Sony nex5 but due to its wide adjustability can be used with other cameras in the same size.

Specs:
Material:3k Carbon, CNC T6 aluminum
Weight: 272g
Size: 190x190x150mm (adjustable)
Recommended gimbal motors: 40mm frame (not included)

**This is a Kit and does not include the gimbal motors or BGC controller**

  • SKU 450000107-0
  • Brand -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight(g) 407.00
  • Length 245.00
  • Width 40.00
  • Height 150.00
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For the price it's a good gimbal. Requires some modification as the parts don't fit perfectly. I converted this to a 3 axis gimbal using 4008 motors with a 5206 yaw motor . The danger with using weaker motors like the 4008 for yaw is when the drone is banking, a single motor must support 400g gimbal setup camera, which in my case is ~800g. The 4008 only supports 800g maximum. In reality for smooth operation it's lower. The 5206 is 30g heavier than the 4008, which is virtually nothing, yet has 50-70pcnt more torque.
In total weighs 570g with all 3 motors, which is very light in my opinion.

I will be running all this on a storm32 32bit 3 axis controller with 1.5A maximum current draw allowed by the motor driver on the board. Reason being the storm32 supports 6s batteries, which is what i'm using for my setup.

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For the price it's a good gimbal. Requires some modification as the parts don't fit perfectly. I converted this to a 3 axis gimbal using 4008 motors with a 5206 yaw motor . The danger with using weaker motors like the 4008 for yaw is when the drone is banking, a single motor must support 400g gimbal setup camera, which in my case is ~800g. The 4008 only supports 800g maximum. In reality for smooth operation it's lower. The 5206 is 30g heavier than the 4008, which is virtually nothing, yet has 50-70pcnt more torque.
In total weighs 570g with all 3 motors, which is very light in my opinion.

I will be running all this on a storm32 32bit 3 axis controller with 1.5A maximum current draw allowed by the motor driver on the board. Reason being the storm32 supports 6s batteries, which is what i'm using for my setup.

Gimbal design is good but for
screw and rotate part is not good enough
but for all it work for nex5r 1855 mm len
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVDqibhiZBw

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
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Gimbal design is good but for
screw and rotate part is not good enough
but for all it work for nex5r 1855 mm len
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVDqibhiZBw

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