SHENZHEN, China, May 19, 2016 /CNW/ -- Today, Feiyutech, a high-tech company from China, will hold a launch event for their summer new arrivals in Shenzhen. Two new products will be unveiled: MGLite, an upgrade of the gimbal for their Micro SLR camera to a knob, allowing users to adjust the gravity of the camera without a tool, and a newly-designed storage bag, which makes is much easier to carry the MGLite around.
But the most exciting new product is SUMMON, a handheld gimbal camera. While Feiyutech has always been the world's leading brand in handheld gimbals for sports cameras, this newly-released handheld gimbal camera will have a greater impact on the whole sports camera industry. By deeply integrating an anti-shake function, the handheld gimbal camera will bring clear, stable, and high-quality videos and a more relaxed operating experience to users.
SUMMON integrates 4K & 25FPS and it can continue shooting for 180 minutes, even though it weighs only 350g (without batteries). Its 4k image quality is complimented by functions including anti-shake slow motion, time lapse, a programmable 360-degree auto-rotation time-lapse system, long exposure & anti-shake photography, and remote controlled photography via an APP on a smart phone. Compared with the traditional combination mode of sports cameras and handheld gimbals, this innovative handheld gimbal camera not only realizes high image quality and a gimbal anti-shake function, but also helps users create in a simpler way and brings a huge boost in efficiency.
Customers can find more information about and purchase this camera on TMALL, AliExpress, Amazon, B&H and other online outlets, as well as on Feiyutech official website, www.feiyu-tech.com.
This is a huge breakthrough for Feiyutech to transform from its focus on single handheld gimbal development to the sports camera field. It is a testament to the courage and strength of Chinese high-tech companies to march into the world's brand new fields.
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