Freefly Systems has announced that the MoVI M10 has finally become available for purchase for videographers who want to stabilize their cameras while recording movies.
Vincent LaForet and Freefly Systems have announced a strategic partnership earlier this year for the launch of a revolutionary camera stabilizer. It has been called MōVI and it should have been released in July.
Unfortunately, some unforeseen issues coupled with the “overwhelming demand” have prevented the gimbal from making its way towards its customers. Thankfully, a press statement has revealed that the gyro-stabilized tri-axis system is now in stock and it has begun shipping to the people who have pre-ordered it.
MōVI M10 camera stabilizer will allow videographers to capture smooth videos all around
Freefly Systems has confirmed that a lot of professional videographers have issued their support for the MōVI M10. They agree that the gimbal allows users to capture footage that they normally could not do. This system is very small and lightweight when compared to conventional stabilizers so users can take stunning footage in an easier way.
The new MōVI M10 is based on a tri-dimensional system that makes videos to appear very smooth. Additionally, this technology is capable of correcting acceleration so that it does not appear unnatural in the end result.
Shooters such as the Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 1DC, Red Epic, and Blackmagic Cinema Camera are supported by the M10. The gimbal is capable of holding devices of up to 12 pounds or 4.5 kilograms.
Users can manually operate the gimbal or set it to adjust its parameters automatically
The MōVI comes packed with two modes. The single mode allows the handler to control all actions, including panning and tilting. The other mode is called dual-operator and it allows users to control the gimbal with a wireless remote controller.
Videographers can set the roll axis so that it keeps the horizon line leveled. Furthermore, additional angles can be set and parameters can be adjusted via Bluetooth connectivity.
The M10 is available right now for a hefty price tag
Cinematographers who want to further their skills can purchase the MōVI M10 for a price of $14,995 at the official store of Freefly Systems.
The gyro stabilizer comes packed with a docking stand, batteries and a charger, as well as the wireless remote controller.
If the M10 is too expensive, then you should wait for the M5, which is, basically, the same gimbal, but it supports half the weight and will be two times cheaper than the M10. It is not available, yet, although it is coming soon.