The Crane-M is a professional camera stabilizer with a payload weight of approx. 125g to 650g. The Crane-M is suitable for a large number of compact digital cameras available on the market and at the same time closes the gap between smartphone and DLSM cameras, even action cameras can stabilize the Crane. Weighing only 740g, the Crane M weighs less than the Crane, but also has three endlessly rotating axes and a Bluetooth interface.
The Crane-M can be used for camera control. Simply connect the stabilizer to the camera with a USB cable and you can adjust the zoom while shooting movies.
Continuous use thanks to longer battery life. The Crane-M is compatible with 26500 batteries and can be operated for up to 12 hours.
All axes can be moved over 360° without a stop
Simple operation and tool-free adjustment of all axes with only one screw per axis
For action cameras, smartphones, lightweight compact system cameras / DSLM from 125g to max. 650g
Mounting plate for different camera models / 1/4" screw connection
4-way joystick for stepless control of all axes
Built-in Bluetooth module for App / Smartphone control and the Zhiyun remote control (optional)
Firmware updates also without PC simply via the Zhiyun App.
CCI (Camera Control Interface) With function button for Photo/ Video start/stop and zoom slider
PTZ Settings - Programming of all axes and their speed
With 26650 batteries, you can work up to 12 hours with the Crane M.
1/4" connection thread on handle / base
Total weight without camera only 740g
The camera alignment (panning (horizontal) and tilting axis (vertical) and the roll axis) can be easily changed via the joystick integrated in the grip, and the rotation speed can also be variably controlled. All modes can also be easily selected using the Mode button.
One of the highlights of the Crane M are the PTZ settings. The PTZ settings such as "Control Dead Zone", "Following Rate", "Control Rate", "Degree of Smoothness" and "Fine tune" can be easily set at any time via the app. The function of the PTZ settings will be presented and explained in a separate video.…more