Today, I am reviewing the fourth and last gimbal in my series of reviews of mid-range camera gimbals, the CAME-Mini 3 (previously I covered the CAME-Argo, Moza Lite 2 and Turbo Ace AllSteady Motion). The CAME-Mini 3 is the lightest of the these gimbals and supports payload up to 2.6 lbs (1.2 kg). By the way, soon I am going to release a video where I will compare these four models side by side. Continue reading CAME-TV CAME-Mini 3 Camera Gimbal Review
I have joined the Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” club!
As, I’m sure, most of you know, there is a giant collection of music videos from people from all over the world who just dance and show what it means to be happy – all done to the hit song “Happy”. Continue reading Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” – Ecuadorian style by Tom Antos
Camera cranes along with dollies were the first set of filmmaking tools allowing smooth camera movement. They are just as important today. Besides adding production value, they greatly enhance storytelling.
Whereas dollies allow side-to-side movement, cranes and jibs move the camera up and down. If you put a camera crane on a dolly, you will have even more freedom of camera movement. Continue reading Camera Cranes & Jibs – CAME
If you’re looking for a great and affordable camera stabilizer system then this post is for you. Continue reading CAME Carbon Fiber Stabilizers