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FeiyuTech unveils new Scorp and Scorp Pro gimbals for DSLR and mirrorless cams

By Cookie Monster - on 17 Nov 2021, 2:09pm

FeiyuTech unveils new Scorp and Scorp Pro gimbals for DSLR and mirrorless cams

The FeiyuTech Scorp Pro. <br>Image source: FeiyuTech

FeiyuTech just announced the Scorp and Scorp Pro series of DSLR and mirrorless camera gimbal stabilisers.

Made for professional cinematographers and videographers, the FeiyuTech Scorp Pro weighs 2.1kg (4.63lbs) with a 4.8kg load capacity. It has a detachable handle which can work as a remote control for Somatic mode. The built-in vertical mounting plate allows the camera to be installed on the gimbal in portrait mode and the ARCA quick release base plate enables the gimbal to be quickly mounted on popular quick release systems.

Its 2,500mAh battery has a battery life of 12 hours and can be recharged via the USB-C port. An 18W fast charger will be able to refuel the battery in less than three hours.

The FeiyuTech Scorp. <br>Image source: FeiyuTech

Designed for vloggers, content creators and social media influencers, the FeiyuTech Scorp is the lighter of the two models at 1.179kg (2.6lbs) with a 2.5kg (5.5lbs) load capacity. While it is specifically built for the Sony A7 series, the Scorp is compatible with mirroeless and DLSR cameras of various sizes.

An integrated hanging handle helps you control the movement of the lens when shooting upright or upside down. You don't need to have a separate tripod as it comes with a folding aileron bracket.

Other specs include a five-way center of gravity adjustment, centre of gravity memory slider, arca quick release plate, a 1.3-inch OLED touchscreen, super anti-shake algorithms, and a 2,500mAh battery that delivers up to 8 hours of usage. The USB-C port suppots PD fast charging and only takes 5 minutes to provide up to 30 minutes of usage, or 1.5 hours for a full charge.

The FeiyuTech Scorp and Scorp Pro are now available for purchase now at US$429 and US$659 respectively.

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