Tilta Teases Their Latest Gimbal Support Systems – Armor Man & Gravity Gimbal

October 3rd, 2015
Tilta Teases Their Latest Gimbal Support Systems - Armor Man & Gravity Gimbal

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At IBC 2015, Tilta teased some of their latest developments in their gimbal support systems: Armor Man 2 and Gravity.

Tilta recently announced some upcoming products in their line of gimbal support systems. Our friends at News Shooter recorded this video on location at IBC 2015 giving a brief glimpse at the update to the Armor Man exoskeleton and a new gimbal support system called Gravity.

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Armor Man 2

The Armor Man 2 exoskeleton gimbal support system is an update to their original Armor Man. It is designed to work in conjunction with their new gimbal, Gravity, but is also compatible with gimbals from other manufacturers. The Armor Man 2 will have a payload of about 40 lbs (20 kg). It is compatible with either V mount or gold mount batteries, and cables run through the suit to power the separately attached gimbal.

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Also, the operator can move their hands away from the arms when necessary. The price will be $2,000 US. Owners of the original Armor Man can upgrade the arms for $200 US.

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Gravity

The payload of Gravity tops out at about 33 lbs (15 kg) and the gimbal itself weighs 6.6 lbs (3 kg). In the video, they demonstrate the payload by using a Sony F55.  It will be available in about a month, and the price will be $3,500 US.

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Dan Buck Joyce
Dan Buck Joyce
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That’s a great price

Michael Fletcher
Michael Fletcher
GuestOctober 4th, 2015

Do you think you may look just a little bit of a pratt wearing this kit Dazza Darren McCagh???

Gabriel Manz
Gabriel Manz
GuestOctober 4th, 2015

Innovation in allen Ehren aber das sind irgendwie Lösungen für gemachte Probleme, um am Ende wieder eine SteadyCam sein zu wollen und dann siehts immer noch nicht nach SteadyCam aus.

Jeff Kluge
Jeff Kluge
GuestOctober 10th, 2015

Beyond ridiculous.

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