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  1. #1 Nebula 4200 - 5-axis gimbal 
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    Nebula 4200 5-axis stabilizer forthcoming, Nesshooter report this gimbal at BIRTV show in Beijing.

    http://www.newsshooter.com/2015/08/3...-of-your-step/

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    Doesn't look like it's even in "preorder" stage yet. Let's see what changes.
    Interesting idea if it works and it actually can handle a reasonable payload such as BMPCC w/speedbooster and Tokina 11-16 for example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cseeman View Post
    Doesn't look like it's even in "preorder" stage yet. Let's see what changes.
    Interesting idea if it works and it actually can handle a reasonable payload such as BMPCC w/speedbooster and Tokina 11-16 for example.
    Nebula4200 5-axis-gimbal will support all of DSLR camera compatible with mirrorless cameras(1.6kg).
    Nebula4200 5-axis-stabilizer single/double exchange operation, quick and easy replacement of single 3-axis stabilizer or 5-axis stabilizer. The nebula4200 5-axis gimbal include single handle and the nebula4200lite 3-axis stabilizer sold separately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iriszhang View Post
    Nebula4200 5-axis-gimbal will support all of DSLR camera compatible with mirrorless cameras(1.6kg).
    Nebula4200 5-axis-stabilizer single/double exchange operation, quick and easy replacement of single 3-axis stabilizer or 5-axis stabilizer. The nebula4200 5-axis gimbal include single handle and the nebula4200lite 3-axis stabilizer sold separately.

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    When will it be available to pre-order and do you have a finalized price yet? Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by k0bayashi View Post
    When will it be available to pre-order and do you have a finalized price yet? Thank you
    Nebula4200 preorders begin in Sept. 28. and they will be shipped out after four weeks. After product released, we will sent according to the

    predetermined order.The following is Nebula4200 Multi-element configurations.

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    I just got a tweet from them this morning saying it was a wireless thumb controller. I think we have a winner here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyger11 View Post
    I just got a tweet from them this morning saying it was a wireless thumb controller. I think we have a winner here!
    Thanks, Product details will be gradually released, there will be more surprises.
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    More surprises like constant spamming? What happened to word-of-mouth from end users and organic marketing? If the product is any good then it will sell itself and frankly this looks like a very awkward design....springs? Really??
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianbrook View Post
    More surprises like constant spamming? What happened to word-of-mouth from end users and organic marketing? If the product is any good then it will sell itself and frankly this looks like a very awkward design....springs? Really??
    This is pre release stuff. She's keeping people informed. Once it's released I'm sure we'll get to see their examples and some independent examples as well.
    If anything, I think this shows they've been responsive to a variety of user requests including going toolless. increasing the payload and making two handed 5 axis option for those who want to get rid of the "walk bounce" by using some "traditional" stabilizer "arm" technology in the handles and, you now have the option to go between one and two handle as needed. Personally I like that someone representing the developer is showing that they've listened to the customers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianbrook View Post
    More surprises like constant spamming? What happened to word-of-mouth from end users and organic marketing? If the product is any good then it will sell itself and frankly this looks like a very awkward design....springs? Really??
    Nebula4200 series has 32bit of sensor controller, with faster operation speed, higher precision control. Cooperate with five axis damping effect, the shooting footage will be more smoothly. Video are still filming and production, please be patient.
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