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Anti-shake actioncam has an integrated gimbal

Anti-shake actioncam has an in...
The GimbalCam has a built-in 3-axis gimbal, along with digital image stabilization software
The GimbalCam has a built-in 3-axis gimbal, along with digital image stabilization software
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The GimbalCam shoots 4K/30fps video
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The GimbalCam shoots 4K/30fps video
One charge of the GimbalCam's battery should be good for two hours of use
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One charge of the GimbalCam's battery should be good for two hours of use
The GimbalCam has a wide-angle 170-degree lens
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The GimbalCam has a wide-angle 170-degree lens
There are simple button controls and a 1.5-inch LCD viewfinder/playback screen on the GimbalCam itself, although it can also be controlled remotely via an iOS/Android app
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There are simple button controls and a 1.5-inch LCD viewfinder/playback screen on the GimbalCam itself, although it can also be controlled remotely via an iOS/Android app
The GimbalCam is encased in a removable IP68-rated waterproof housing
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The GimbalCam is encased in a removable IP68-rated waterproof housing
The GimbalCam has a built-in 3-axis gimbal, along with digital image stabilization software
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The GimbalCam has a built-in 3-axis gimbal, along with digital image stabilization software

We've seen plenty of gimbal mounts for third-party actioncams such as GoPros, that help to smooth out the shakes. Gimboo's GimbalCam, though, is a little different. It's a compact 4K/30fps video camera with its own built-in 3-axis gimbal – no separate stabilizing mount is required.

Along with its mechanical gimbal, the 170-gram GimbalCam digitally reduces shakes using integrated software. The wide-angle 170-degree lens helps keep things looking smooth, too.

There are simple button controls and a 1.5-inch LCD viewfinder/playback screen on the camera itself, although it can also be controlled remotely via an iOS/Android app. That app is additionally used to adjust settings and switch between operating modes – speaking of which, the GimbalCam can also take 16MP stills.

One charge of its battery should be good for two hours of use.

The GimbalCam is encased in a removable IP68-rated waterproof housing
The GimbalCam is encased in a removable IP68-rated waterproof housing

It's also worth noting that the camera is encased in a removable IP68-rated waterproof housing. Essentially that means it'll stand up to a dunking, but you shouldn't take it scuba diving or anything like that.

The GimbalCam is currently the subject of an Indiegogo campaign, where a pledge of US$299 will get you one if everything works out. The planned retail price is $399.

You can see footage shot with it, in the following video.

Source: Indiegogo

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