Poland based ACR Systems are announcing their new single grip gimbal – the BeSteady Mini. The new gimbal features a slick design providing the operator with an unobstructed view of the back LCD screen of the camera and is based on the organic software introduced in the famous
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ACR Systems release EPIC Open Beta 3.0 firmware for their premium 3-axis gimbal stabilizer THE BEAST. The latest firmware includes better power management, improved and simplified Follow Mode settings, better stabilization accuracy among many other new features and improvements. The latest firmware enhances the user experience and
Maybe you remember the ACR System Grip gimbal controller sneak peak at NAB 2015 we did, and in case you don’t here’s what it is. The Grip is a kinetic controller for gimbals, which allows you to move the camera intuitively in real-time with your body movements. Kind
NAB 2015 is in Day 3 and ACR Systems have another update on their new mysterious gimbal accessory – The Grip. If last year was the year of the 3-Axis handheld stabiliser gimbals at NAB, this year it sure is the “exoskeletons & support gear for gimbals”
A while back we did a write-up on a hand-held gimbal stabiliser called the BeSteady One Plus from EU-based makers BeSteady (now ACR Systems). And now as NAB 2015 gets underway we received work from ACR Systems, who continues what the BeSteady started in the market of gimbal stabilisers.