- Product Dimensions: 23.1 x 18.5 x 9.1 cm ; 671 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 1 Kg
- Batteries 1 AA batteries required. (included)
- Item Model Number: 950-00077
- ASIN: B07BGSPZ3L
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 11 September 2018
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Movi Cinema Robot Smartphone Stabilizer
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Amazon.com: 29 reviews
Great idea. Sent it back anyway.
29 August 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
11 people found this helpful.
I love the concept of this gimbal and maybe when the software is a bit more mature I'll give one a second shot. As it isI had issues with the device dropping the camera connection and some difficulty - could be user issues - with some of the modes it allows. While the software was well laid out the whole concept suffers from the fact that you are still using a cell phone to take video. My iPhone 7 is okay in 4K mode but is best suited for use indoors or in low light conditions since the screen is hard to see in daylight. Battery live of the Movi seemed to be quite good and outlasted the batteries in the phone but using an external power supply for the phone proved problematic due to the potential of entangling the charging cable. My search for a gimbal continues.
S. C. Lykins
Lots of hype around this gimbal but be forewarned
16 August 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
17 people found this helpful.
I purchased the Movi Cinema Robot Smartphone Stabilizer to use with my iPhone X and Moment lens/case. I'd seen some nice looking footage and had high hopes that my gimbal frustrations would be over. The Movi arrived and did not work so I returned it and purchased a second one, which did work. No stars off for that as it happens. I was excited to have the working model in front of me but alas four days later I still could not get the thing to balance with the weight kit I had also purchased. I watched all the videos I could find on the subject and talked to others who had struggled with it. I did come close with it but in my field of work, it wasn't good enough as it was leaning to one side all the time. A very nice promoter of the Movi offered to work with me and I was tempted but in the end I decided to return it because I just didn't want to go through this every time I changed lens. Maybe they'll get it sorted out in future models.
The Best tool if one has just a little bit of patient.
9 December 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
I had been using a lot of gimble over the year from off-brand Chinese made to Major Brand Chinese made gimble (like DJI Osmo 1 and 2), lastly I came across the Freefly! I admitted I didn’t expect much from watching and reading those negative reviews but I was desperate to want something “better” than what I already have. My surprise started from opening the box. The built quality is top notch to the touch! It feels “robust” holding this thing in my hand. It feels a little bit heavier than my other gimble but also intuitive and easy to move or maneuver the shot. Plus, the software has been updated and working very well with the hardware. I say it’s been updated because I don’t experience the glitche that was described by some reviewers, especially about loosing footage when app crashed. All recording footages are saved directly to my iPhonex’s native photo app. Yes the app still crashes Once or twice in a blue moon but only when I choose to play back to view my footage after a shooting. It has NEVER crashed during the shooting though. All the features work flawlessly. I had to watch the turtorial for 5’ to make sure how to set and use it properly. By far I think this is the BEST gimble to own. It is not perfect though. First being the premium price this gimble is selling for ($299 at the time of review) it should come with the counter weight. One will need the counter weight if you have additional lens attached to your phone, which most of us do if you are into “camera phone photography” and looking to buy a gimble. Having to spend another $80 for the counter weight is a bit greedy. Second, it requires patient in balancing the phone especially for the first few times. Afterward it should come easier as you know which weight and position to set to keep it balance, which you will have to do that every time you turn off or disconnect from the gimble, and that being the third drawback about this gimble. Even if you are in sleep mode, I still need to balance it again when I need to use, which only takes me less than a minute, but then I miss that window beautiful shot. Over all I think this is the best gimble by far despite those drawbacks. I ended up returning mine anyway before my returning window is closed only because of the Osmo Pocket that is coming out from DJI, which I think will be a game changer from being able to do all the things this one does in a small firm factor. I can always come back and buy this one later if I think I will need it, maybe at a better price too by then!
A must have for iPhone movie makers.
10 November 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
I own the osmo one and two but they’ve stayed in the case since I received the Movi cinema robot. Miles above the rest (I really shouldn’t be saying anything. The movi being my secret sauce behind a quantum leap in the quality of my videos)
Buy!, Fantastic tool to bring videos to life
2 October 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Nice device, opened up a whole realm of uses for me, i was limited to shaker video shots and it was never pretty. This device makes shooting movies a dream , with smooth transitions and ease of holding when i run along side the subject. The end result was a high quality video with no loss to bumps, jerks, pans or tilts. I think the 4K image improves by just holding it steady.