Tension de fonctionnement
Courant de fonctionnement
Autonomie de la batterie
Temps de charge
Après une déviation dans un état statique
Max: ± 0.04°
Min: ± 0.01°
Après un écart dans l'état de mouvement
Max: ± 0.3°
la norme: ± 0.1°
Min: ± 0.05°
Gamme mécanique d'inclinaison
Gamme mécanique de petit pain
Gamme mécanique Pan
Dimension du produit (W*D*H)
Taille du paquet (L*W*H)
Taille du carton (Dedicated) (L*W*H)
Poids brut (emballage inclus)
1 x Weebill-S
1 x Trépied
2 x Batteries et chargeur
1 x Câble USB Type-C
1 x Câble micro à micro USB
1 x Câble micro à mini USB
1 x Câble Micro vers Type C
1 x Sony Camera Control Cable
1 x Base de support
1 x Plaque de libération rapide
1 x Cas de câble
1 x Casier de rangement
The only other gimbal Ive used is my Movi Mini Mi for my iPhone, which obviously is much much lighter, so I cannot say how lightweight this is compare to other gimbals. Its not heavy but its not light either, you walk around for a while with it you know youre carrying something.
That being said: its comfortable to hold I prefer to keep the handle (aka tripod feet) on the top angled position and holding it that way, super easy to go from high to low angles. Its really not a big deal to unscrew and put on bottom (as show in picture) to stand on tabletop, or to hold like you would other gimbals (such as a Ronin S)... so dont be a sucker and buy those quick connector things for $20 each (youd need 2 to even make it worth it) that are like quick release for the handle.
I bought this gimbal over the other similar Zhiyun gimbal that was $50 less (Crane Lab maybe? the one that looks almost identical) for 2 reasons: this one advertises stronger motors, I shoot DSLR not mirrorless so this is important. And secondly, this has more clearance between the gimbal motors and the handle (when in underslung setup) and I didnt want my fat hands getting in the way of the gimbal when in gimbals. And this is a big deal because even still occasionally I can feel it brushing my knuckles (and I simple adjust my hand, no issue).
I simply bought this to smooth out my shaky video. However, its got so many awesome features when you connect the app. Sync mode! Follows the gyroscope of your phone, so you can literally stand several feet away from the gimble on a table and turn your phone left, up, down, whatever and it will follow in real time. Theres almost no delay.
Trajectory and Timelapse modes: the gimbal will act as your intervelometer if you dont have one (I dont). So you can set the settings for a time lapse and it will trigger the camera accordingly. Perfect. Then add trajectory (setting up to 5 or 6 points) it will memorize them and you set the duration and it will add motion to your timelapse. Trajectory doesnt have to be a photo timelapse. You can tell it to be in video mode and simply add movement over time (perfect for those who like Canons built in video timelapse).
If you buy the separate wireless video transmitter ($125 ish) you can see video in the app which offers more features that could be super useful: like subject tracking. You could set the gimbal on a table and in the app draw a box around yourself in the image and it will follow you as you move around. So there you go, robot camera man for your YouTube cooking show.
*theres some PSYCHOTIC reviews of the ZY Play app on the IOS App Store, it does NOT collect your info, Ive entered zero personal info into the app (Nor did the app ask for any). The app rules, and its a MILLION times better than the Movi app that I use with my phone gimbal. So ignore the bad reviews.
Mounting a monitor comfortably can be rough. So my advice: get a 4 or 5 monitor, 7 are too in the way. Maybe if you purchase a large and expensive quality smart arm mount you can get around this... but I returned a 7 and went for a 5, even though I prefer the largest screen possible. I also returned one of those dual ball-head tension mounts because it SUCKED. I got one of those rigid 5 mounts for $28 and its the only solution that worked for me (see photo).
The reduce in shake in my videos is noticeable and Im still new to using this thing. I was really nervous about dropping $400 instead of say $200 on a glidecam type steadicam, this thing earns its price tag.
Learn to balance it (I still watch a video every time) properly until you get the hang of it. And if youre using the same camera/lens every time you only need to adjust how forward or back the quick release plate sits balanced.
The ONLY thing I dont really like is that it didnt come with even a padded nylon case. The box it comes in is kinda like a suitcase with a clamshell hard foam inside... so its useable, but I wish I could just put this in a small padded case and throw it in my backpack. But otherwise, fully love it.
I upgraded from the Zhiyun Crane v2, which use to run for $500-$600, but this is such an upgrade and more affordable. Very light, but solid build and strong motors. Im able to mount my Eos R with a 17-40mm Ef (including RF to EF adapter) very easily!
My favorite feature is to be able to transition from high to low angles and vice versa so smoothly.
Absolutely love the Weebill S!!! I use it with my A6500 paired with the Sigma 16mm and it works flawlessly. Ive used glide cams , the steady cam, and other similar gimbals. For the price this is hard to beat. Will be getting a BMpCC6k soon. I will let you all know how that bad boy balances. Until next time and good luck to all you amazing creators. Keep the world colorful!
PS. If youve never balanced a gimbal it takes a few minutes but after a few times its golden.
I was a little skeptical buying this gimbal before the in-depth reviews and real world tests have started to come in.
My particular setup is a GH4 with a variety of lenses ranging from light primes to heavier setups.
For some reason, Zhiyun-tech wasnt releasing exact payload capacity with their official info.
Most of the reviews online were for lighter mirror less setups like the Sony line of cameras.
I purchased this knowing if it didnt workout I could Return it and grab a more sure thing like a Ronin S.
Im glad I chose this!
The few big points for me choosing this were the adjustable handle placement. Being able to quickly go from underhand grip to low slung mode is awesome!
I also have used the heavier crane in the past, and shooting for long periods of time becomes incredibly exhausting. Every ounce counts over time.
The third was being able to upgrade to the focus motor or wireless HD system if I choose to in the future.
All of these are secondary to getting super smooth shots.
I can say with my GH4, this delivers without a problem.
Even the vortex mode, which I was nervous about, it shows no issues with.
Highly recommend this Weebill S gimbal for most small or medium sized DSLR setups.
I use this to film vehicles and it's perfect for what I do. I own a Sony A7 iii with the 2 lenses. I mainly use the kit lens and I have a wide angle lens I swap out as well. They both weigh about the same so balancing needs no adjustments for me. I love the quick release for when I want to shoot handheld shots of things like interior details. I also do a bunch of rolling shots that require me to film moving cars at about 15-25mph. The gimbal handles the wind very well and the low slung mode makes the low ground shots SO MUCH EASIER!! Overall I love it a ton! I am actually traveling to California soon so I'm excited to see how much room it will take up in my backpack! Highly suggest this thing for sure!! Included some pictures and a video as well!
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