Weebill LAB, compact stabilizer for mirrorless cameras
Weebill LAB is a 3-axis stabilizer for mirrorless cameras featuring portability and ergonomic design. For the first time in the industry, a versatile and ergonomic tripod is introduced to the stabilizer which allows users to either hold it upright, or enter a handy underslung position by mounting the tripod as a handgrip, perfect for low-angle shooting. Another innovation is the built-in wireless image transmission module which supports real-time monitor, framing and parameter control over the camera. Most digital devices can be readily used as a monitor and remote controller. Besides traditional gimbal modes, Weebill LAB introduces Vortex Mode, which allows 360-degree barrel roll on pan axis, while the other axes follow with the gimbal movement, adding great dynamic to the footage. To preserve peak moments, Weebill LAB is equipped with a double quick release plate of both Manfrotto and Arca-Swiss standard for quick setup. The well-crafted latch design on each axis makes it a good fit to backpack, perfect for travel Vlogger stepping up their games.
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