YI Gimbal

YI Gimbal

By Shanghai Xiaoyi Technology Co., Ltd.

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2018-04-23
  • Current Version: 1.1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 87.95 MB
  • Developer: Shanghai Xiaoyi Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.

Description

360° Pan Axis With 3-axis there is more flexibility to shoot the angles you want, and with a full 360° pan axis you can get more coverage of the scenes you want. Get the desired angle with some of the smoothest footage. Integrated Bluetooth Easily connect to your smartphone using the integrated Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 4.0. Just turn on the gimbal and connect to your smartphone’s Bluetooth. Wireless control Once connected to Bluetooth you can control your smartphone’s camera from one place, with one hand. Use the gimbal shutter button to stop/start recording and the Mode Button to change operation modes. Smart Track With SmartTrack enabled, the gimbal uses its powerful brushless motors to follow your selected subject and capture stable footage. Whether it’s small vibrations, or more intense instability, the YI Smartphone Gimbal stays steady and on your subject. Panoramic Mode (180°/360°/ Ultra Wide Angle) Activate panoramic mode and the gimbal will take a series of photos in Pan mode to create an ultra-wide panoramic picture. Easy to Use Unlike other handheld gimbals the YI Smartphone Gimbal keeps things simple so you can focus on capturing great footage. It has a simple interface that makes control and mode switching easy, innovative, and intuitive. YI Gimbal App The accompanying app provides a user friendly experience with more features to capture original content. Use Smart Track, Panoramic Mode, and Long Exposure (iOS) to get the most out of your YI Smartphone Gimbal.

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Reviews

  • Needs work

    3
    By Johnf98765
    Cool next ion to the gimbal from an iPhone 6+ is spotty. Once connected recorded video can be very choppy ruining the whole point of having a gimbal in the first place. Exposure is also hit and miss. Has promise but needs work. If you view the information of a video the date is still in Chinese.

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