Xiaomi launches 3-axis Shooting Stabilizer for smartphones


Xiaomi unveiled today another gadget for its Mi Ecosystem in China, also known as MIJIA. The device is a 3-axis Shooting stabilizer designed specifically for smartphones and supports multi-mode shooting, three-axis stabilization technology with high-precision screw and a specially designed acceleration sensor offering real-time detection of mobile phone space positioning.

3-axis Shooting Stabilizer

This basically allows for multi-angle compensation during the movement of the smartphone, thus having a more stable phone with a balanced gesture, resulting in smooth video recording. Xiaomi’s 3-axis Shooting Stabilizer comes with 4 shooting modes: horizontal movement, omni-directional movement, locking direction and vertical mode.

It packs brushless motor holdings offering 270-degree rotation without distortion for smooth slow mo videos specifically. It’s made of ABS and fiberglass materials, weighs 450 gr, measures 266 x 53 x 43 mm, but its height can be reduced to 208mm, making it easy to carry and store.

It comes with a 1050mAh battery that can offer up to 4 hours of shooting time and you can find it through Mi Home crowdfunding platform priced at 799 Yuan ($166).

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16 Comments

  1. Mike
    April 21, 2017

    Way too expensive for what it is… There are better stabilisers our there for 1/5th if the price. Congrats xiaomi at your over pricing

    • Speezz
      April 21, 2017

      WHAAAT ?!
      Tell me where you can find a 3-axis smartphone stabilizer for less than 40$ as you say ! It looks like you’re thinking it’s just a selfie stick …

      • April 21, 2017

        Well, in comparison with the original (the Mijia seems a rebrand of the Snoppa M1), yes.
        I paid 59 + 12 shipping = 71 USD for mine, so then 166 is quite the stretch.
        — hum, actually 799 CNY is more like 116, not 166.

        • April 23, 2017

          You would be right, if it not were the fact that only a very small handfull of people who paid for the snoppa in october actually recieved it.

          • April 23, 2017

            Yeah, I wonder what they’re going to do… maybe they’ll pull a Pebble. Using crowdfunding as a springboard for an overtaking by a huge company. I mean, my Pebble TIme 2 got refunded at least, but, we’ve backed an idea to make it to reality… not because someone needs to make career. I mean, do whatever you want after succesful completion of your campaign, but don’t just leave people hanging. Oh well, it is what it is.

    • April 23, 2017

      Please provide links to those 3-axis motorized gimbals of $33 (or $23) or else you are talking ‘alternative facts’….

  2. Mike
    April 21, 2017

    Way too expensive for what it is… There are better stabilisers our there for 1/5th if the price. Congrats xiaomi at your over pricing

    • Speezz
      April 21, 2017

      WHAAAT ?!
      Tell me where you can find a 3-axis smartphone stabilizer for less than 40$ as you say ! It looks like you’re thinking it’s just a selfie stick …

    • Cinegain
      April 21, 2017

      Well, in comparison with the original (the Mijia seems a rebrand of the Snoppa M1), yes.
      I paid 59 + 12 shipping = 71 USD for mine, so then 166 is quite the stretch.
      — hum, actually 799 CNY is more like 116, not 166.

    • Richard Seesing
      April 23, 2017

      You would be right, if it not were the fact that only a very small handfull of people who paid for the snoppa in october actually recieved it.

    • Richard Seesing
      April 23, 2017

      Please provide links to those 3-axis motorized gimbals of $33 (or $23) or else you are talking ‘alternative facts’….

    • Cinegain
      April 23, 2017

      Yeah, I wonder what they’re going to do… maybe they’ll pull a Pebble. Using crowdfunding as a springboard for an overtaking by a huge company. I mean, my Pebble TIme 2 got refunded at least, but, we’ve backed an idea to make it to reality… not because someone needs to make career. I mean, do whatever you want after succesful completion of your campaign, but don’t just leave people hanging. Oh well, it is what it is.

  3. April 21, 2017
  4. Zoran
    April 21, 2017

    You mean 116$ not 166$

  5. Cinegain
    April 21, 2017
  6. Zoran
    April 21, 2017

    You mean 116$ not 166$