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Polaroid handgehaltener Stabilisator mit elektronischer kardanischer Aufhängung mit 3 Achsen für GoPro Hero 3/3+/4 Actionkameras

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  • Die leichte, 3-achsige elektronische kardanische Aufhängung dient der Echtzeit-Stabilisierung von GoPro-Aufnahmen für ruhige, scharfe Bilder
  • Extrem weiche Schwenk- und Kippbewegungen verringern unerwünschte Erschütterungen
  • Konzipiert für GoPro Hero-Kameras mit oder ohne LCD-BacPac
  • Einfache, schnelle und sichere Installation dank der mitgelieferten Montageringe und -schrauben
  • Gewicht: nur ca. 325 g (ca. 390 g mit Batterien); Abmessungen: ca. 23,5 x 10 x 8,9 cm

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  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23,5 x 10 x 8,9 cm
  • Produktgewicht inkl. Verpackung: 739 g
  • Modellnummer: PL-HGGP
  • ASIN: B014T2YV4K
  • Im Angebot von Amazon.de seit: 12. Oktober 2015
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Volle Stabilisierung. Keine Nachbearbeitung.
Mit dieser neuen kardanischen Aufhängung von Polaroid kann selbst ein absoluter Anfänger scharfe Videos aufnehmen. 3 unabhängig voneinander betriebene E-Motoren folgen in Echtzeit Ihren Bewegungen und gleichen durch sanfte Schwenk- und Kippbewegungen sämtliche Erschütterungen und Wackler aus. Zitternde Hände, Schritte, plötzliche Richtungsänderungen – die kardanische Aufhängung kommt mit nahezu allem zurecht. Durch die sehr kleine und leichte Bauweise ist das Modell für Versammlungen, Sportveranstaltungen, Dokumentationen, Motorsportereignisse und sonstige Anlässe bestens geeignet.

Motorisierte Stabilisierung
Ein Motor gleicht an jeder Achse die Bewegungen Ihrer Hand sanft aus und sorgt so für eine automatische Bildstabilisierung. So können Sie professionelle Videos ohne Erschütterungen und abrupte Bewegungen drehen.

Diese handgehaltende kardanische Aufhängung wird über drei 3,7-V-Akkus betrieben, die bei normaler Nutzung locker über einen Tag halten. Jetzt können Sie Ihre filmerischen Fertigkeiten überall mit hinnehmen. 3 Batterien und ein Schnellladegerät sind im Lieferumfang enthalten.

Schnelle Installation
Die Einrichtung geht super schnell und einfach und kann sogar einhändig durchgeführt werden. Der im Lieferumfang enthaltene Montagering wird um die Linse der GoPro gezogen und mit einer kleinen Schraube in Position gehalten. Das ist alles! In weniger als 30 Sekunden können Sie mit Ihrer professionellen Videoarbeit loslegen.

Halterung für Einbeinstativ
An der Unterseite der kardanischen Aufhängung befindet sich eine 1/4-Zoll-Gewindebohrung. Darüber lässt sich die Aufhängung an einem Stativ (für längere statische Aufnahmen) oder einem Einbeinstativ befestigen (für mehr Mobilität). Kein Stativ griffbereit? Kein Problem. Die kardanische Aufhängung wiegt inklusive Batterien gerade einmal 390 Gramm.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Either their expectations were pretty low OR I'm completely missing it 23. Oktober 2014
Von Crookehous - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Größe: GoPro/Smartphone Verifizierter Kauf
I bought this for my GoPro. I haven't been more frustrated with an item in a very long time. I've watched tutorials, read articles, experimented with no weights, metal washers, all the weights, YOU NAME IT. I can't find the right combination. I see people use identical stabilizers on YouTube vids and their moving it around rapidly and the camera barely sways. I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. I've read all of these other rave reviews and I don't get it. Either their expectations were pretty low OR I'm completely missing it. Somebody pullleeeezzz help me out with this.

Ok, here's an update. I finally had success. The trick is, if you're going to use this with a GoPro, to get rid of the weights that come with the device. They are WAY TOO HEAVY to perform the task of stabilization and balance. I've learned from one very good YouTub video that the counter weight must be close in weight to the camera you're trying to stabilize. The graphic example of this was the person taking a pencil and holding it in the center and shaking it to make it look like it's rubber. Remember when you did that as a kid? When you hold it in the center the sway of the pencil is pretty equal on each side. If you hold it off center and try to make it sway you'll notice that one end lags behind the other. That's because the weight isn't evenly distributed.

So I used several washers until I found the right balance. Now it works just like all the successful videos I've been watching. Try it. Now I'm pleased to say it works as well as all the other reviews have suggested.
4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
4.0 von 5 Sternen Polaroid Handheld 3-Axis Electronic Gimbal Stabilizer 21. September 2016
Von Trailwalker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Verifizierter Kauf
I use my GoPro primarily to capture hiking videos. I've used other non-motorized handheld gimbals, but they were always difficult to balance and to calibrate and ultimately left me with videos that were shaky and that tended to drift from left to right. I knew I needed an electronic stabilizer, but most were out of my budget, costing between $250-400. However, at well under $200 I felt the Polaroid Stabilizer was worth a closer look.

I've been using the Polaroid Handheld 3-Axis Electronic Gimbal Stabilizer for several weeks now and I'm very pleased with the results I'm getting. It was easy to set up out of the box, and there was no need to download complicated firmware updates as is the case with other similarly priced stabilizers. The unit is quiet, easy to use, can be held at a variety of angles, and comes with three rechargeable batteries that can last up to two hours between charges.

My only complaints with the unit--and they're slight--have to do with the way the GoPro attaches to the stabilizer. The unit comes with an O-ring that that is placed around the GoPro lens and which is then attached to the stabilizer via a small thumbscrew. The thumbscrew itself is tiny, and while in the field I have to be very careful that I don't drop it, as finding it again would be difficult. Also, the O-ring fits VERY snugly and can be difficult to remove, and with it in place there is no room to attach filters to the lens. Finally, the small slot cut into the front of the stabilizer for attaching the O-ring is too small (at least on my unit), though this doesn't prevent solid attachment.

As I said, these complaints are minor, and they certainly don't keep me from recommending the Polaroid Handheld 3-Axis Electronic Gimbal Stabilizer to anyone looking for an excellent hand-held stabilizer for their GoPro at a very reasonable price.
2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
3.0 von 5 Sternen Not Arca compatible and needs constant tightening... 25. Juni 2016
Von P.K. Frary - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Größe: Brust Verifizierter Kauf
I needed a lightweight video stabilizer for my 80D/EF-s18-135 IS 3.5-5.6 IS USM and gave the Polaroid Video Chest Stabilizer Support System a go. Upon arrival, I opened the product box and saw the chest/shoulder pad had separated from the mount. It’s held on with double-stick tape and I was able to reattach it.

It’s lightweight but construction is surprisingly good for fifty shekels. Save for the chest/shoulder pad, the stabilizer is all metal construction: aluminum tubes and fittings and steel hardware. The torque levers are too small for comfortable use. No big deal if it was a torque once and forget deal. However, they come loose periodically and need to be retorqued, resulting in sore fingertips and cussing at inopportune times. Also, the handgrip is too short and small in diameter, causing discomfort from squeezing. Finally, the tubes are really short: I need another six inches or so for comfortable placement.

QR plate and clamp compatibility is not addressed in the specs. From looking at product photos, I assumed the camera clamp (mount) was Arca-Swiss (AS) compatible. It is not. I own five DSLRs, all with AS plates, and none of them fit. The stabilizer clamp has dovetails and a torque screw like an AS clamp, but is wider and doesn’t close enough to hold an AS plate. The lack of Arca-Swiss compatibility was the final nail in the Polaroid coffin. I’m not positive, but the included plate looks like a short version of the Manfrotto Rapid Connect (Q5) designed for large video cameras.

Ultimately I found this Polaroid Video Chest Stabilizer was not for me and returned it to Amazonland. Considering the low price, it isn’t a total fail and would be fine for a small DSLR or mirrorless camera. The included plate is way too large for small cameras but you can remove the clamp and substitute an AS clamp and plate from Desmond or Sunwayfoto and have a nice little stabilizer kit.
1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Chest Stabilizer, not a Shoulder Rig 10. Oktober 2016
Von American Outlaw Productions - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Größe: Brust Verifizierter Kauf
As a low budget indie filmmaker I'm always on the lookout for cost effective products that are also solid filmmaking tools, and this chest stabilizer (NOT a shoulder rig, to clear up any confusion) is a quality product for not a terrible amount of money. It isn't cheap per se but its all metal construction and professional looks means it stands out from the crowd of plastic Chinese knockoff rigs. It comes with a quick release plate which certainly is nice but it does not appear to be compatible with any other common types of quick release bases so it only helps if you are not looking to swap it onto a slider, dolly, jib, or other such equipped quick release device. Some reviewers on Amazon and Youtube have said they cannot seem to tighten the orange clamp handles tight enough but none have seemed to notice that these clamps can be tightened with a common allen key wrench to be completely locked down. My rig did not have any issues with being tight but tightening the clamps with said allen key will fix any problems one might have with finger tightening them. The rig is based on the industry standard 15mm rod system so you can swap in and out different additional components or add this rig to another. There are one or two shoulder rigs that are in the same price range that would be a better buy but if you are looking specifically for a chest stabilizer rig this is a solid one to start on.
3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
4.0 von 5 Sternen Handy stabilizer 29. Mai 2014
Von Verlon F. Smith - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Größe: Pro Gimba Verifizierter Kauf
This is a pretty nice stabilizer in the same vein as a merlin. It works on the same principle, but lacks the front weight or the more extensive mounting plate.

Let's be honest: if you are looking at this instead of a $799 Merlin, you probably aren't working for the big names in Hollywood, you are trying to find a decent stabilizer for a decent camera so you can get some better video. This is a good one for that. The Polaroid uses a gimbal, not a U-joint like the UH3- Longbow or a ball joint like the Lensee systems.

A ball joint becomes less effective as your rig gets heavier (and it doesn't take much). A U-joint works ok, but can bind as it doesn't move as freely. A gimbal is the way to go, and there is nothing wrong with this one.

It takes a while to balance if you haven't done it before. Tough. There is no magic ring that solves this. You are going to have to invest a good 45 minutes into the first time you balance a camera, THEN go learn how to use a stabilizer. This thing will not shoot video for you and neither will a much more expensive rig. And yes, it is VERY, VERY sensitive. Changing the zoom on your lens or moving the LCD to get a better view will alter your balance. Thing about it. You are trying to balance this weight on a gimbal, so put it right up there with riding a unicycle or something.

If you take the time to learn it, and you do not overload it, this will serve you just fine.
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