Tarot TL5D001 5D3 3 Axis Stabilization Gimbal Integration Design for Multicopter FPV 5D Mark III 5D MARK II DSLR Camera

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– Support Three Modes: Attitude Lock, Pointing Direction Follow and also The First Person View
– Built In Slip Ring Avoid The Twined Wires, All Power Supply and also Signal Cables are Skillfully Built In The Gimbal Holder
– Mechanical Structure Design Makes Three Axis Rotary Speed Controllable. Joystick Responds To Axis Rotary Speed Larger The Joystick Amount, Quicker The Rotary Speed.

– Support PC Operation Interface Setting
– Attitude Locking Mode (Al), Pointing Direction Follow Mode, First Person View Mode( FPV).
– Built In Independent IMU Module.
– Tarot Gimbal Professional Servo Driving Module.
– Av Output Interface.
– Camera Shutter Control Support.
– Wide Range Voltage Input Support.
– S-Bus/ PPM/ DSM Receiver Support.

Outside Device:.
– Support Camera Type: Canon EOS 5d Mark Iii.
– Support Lens Type: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4l USM.
– Gimbal Main Control Support Input Power Supply: Fours ~ Sixes LiPo Battery.
– Control Needs At Least Four Vacancy Receiver Channel.

Mechanical/ Electronic Features:.
– Angle Control Precision: ± 0.02 °
. -Max Controllable Rotary Speed:.
– Rotary Direction (Pan): ± 200 °/ s.- Tilt Direction: (Tilt): ± 200 °/ s.- Roll Direction: (Roll): ± 200 °/ s.
Controllable Rotary Range:.
– Rotary Angle (Pan): ± 360 ° Continuous Rotation.
– Roll Angle (Roll): ± 48 °.
– Working Current: 120ma (25v) 180ma 3s-6s Li (11v-26v).
– Stall Current: 4a (25v) 8a (12v).
– Weight: 1.51 kg.
– Size: 215mmx240mmx246mm.

Criterion Regulation Requirements:.
– Windows XP: Windows Vista; Windows 7: Windows 8 (32 or 64 Bit).

Package Includes:.
– Gimbal x 1 (Including Motor, Control Board).

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