ARRI Debuts Final Version of Trinity Stabiliser and Maxima Gimbal1 min readReading Time: < 1 minute
ARRI has gotten into the stabilisation game with its purchase of the Artemis line of camera stabilisers from Sachtler and The Vitec Group. That means ARRI has taken over sales of the Artemis Trinity stabiliser and Maxima gimbal, and will continue product development through a new business unit with an eye on further integration with ARRI’s camera systems.
Trinity’s original developer, Curt O. Schaller, has joined ARRI as product manager for camera stabiliser systems. The Trinity is manufactured in Munich, Germany, like ARRI’s camera products. The Trinity made a splash at NAB – after ARRI demonstrated the production version of the system for the press, some wondered aloud how much farther stabilisation technology could be pushed. The Trinity combines a traditional camera stabilisation rig with a new gimbal using 32-bit ARM micro-controllers for precisely controlled movement. A joystick attached to the gimbal handle controls the tilt axis, allowing smooth transitions between low mode and high mode in a single shot.
via: Studio Daily
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