Max Weight Capacity: 2.2 lbs
- Lightweight and Compact Nature. Tired of mounting your mirrorless cameras up to more unwieldy gimbals and stabilizers? The Nebula 4000Lite offers gimbal-based stability in a compact, handheld package. It’s perfect for smaller action cameras, compact camera systems like Micro 4/3 and Sony E-mount, and even your smartphone.
- Multiple Operator Settings. The Nebula has three different modes it can be set to in order to perform optimally in different environments. Furthermore, it can also be controlled wirelessly from your smartphone in conjunction with bluetooth and the appropriate application.
- Battery Life. A built-in 2000mAh battery provides roughly two hours of life, depending on shooting conditions and load weight. This helps to minimize downtime for charging.
- It’s Complicated. While it appears easier to work with than the larger Freefly and DJI gimbals, the Nebula 4000lite still requires a good bit of practice to get results you’ll be happy with. We do not recommend trying to adjust settings with their utility as it is easier to mess them up than get them right. If you get into trouble, use these profiles to restore the unit back to default settings.
- This Is Handheld. If ever there was a double-edge sword. Being handheld makes it more compact and convenient to use, but this also means you’re stuck holding this is your hand the entire time. If supporting this weight via wrist for two hours doesn’t sound like an issue, practice with a half-gallon of milk. But make sure your shaking it the whole time to truly recreate the experience.