Zhiyun Smooth Q 3-axis Stabilization Gimbal at $99.99 [Coupon]


Zhiyun Smooth Q 3-axis Stabilization Gimbal

Smartphones are used in almost all cases of life. Currently, there is a trend of putting better cameras into them. All newly launched flagships come with very powerful camera modules. The best proofs are the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S and Huawei P20 Pro. However, if you want to go professional with them, you should use some accessories. With this purpose in mind, many manufacturers design various accessories for smartphones especially. One of them is the Zhiyun Smooth Q 3-axis Stabilization Gimbal. At this moment, this amazing gimbal has got a $55 discount that means you can get your hands on it for only $99.99 after applying the coupon (code: GBanniversary132).

Zhiyun Smooth Q 3-axis Stabilization Gimbal

The Zhiyun Smooth Q 3-axis Stabilization Gimbal is made of an aluminum alloy. Thus it comes with an increased rigidity and stability when tilting. It uses the 5th-gen stability control algorithm that provides stable and smooth image shooting in any condition. As we know, the main function of a gimbal is to keep the stability of a picture and this is exactly what this product offers.

Zhiyun Smooth Q 3-axis Stabilization Gimbal

Moreover, the Zhiyun Smooth Q 3-axis Stabilization Gimbal sports a brushless motor holding, which provides a 320-degree pitch axis rotation, a 270-degree roll axis rotation, and a 360-degree pan axis rotation. You can take photos and record videos choosing one of two shooting modes – horizontal and vertical. Once the gimbal is attached to the phone, the latter can be controlled via it or via the app. There are a few keys such as a shooting mode, CVT joystick, focus adjustment, and power on/off.

Zhiyun Smooth Q 3-axis Stabilization Gimbal

This gimbal sports two 18.650mAh capacity batteries that provide up to 12 hours of working time. There is also a USB port to charge the batteries at a 5V/2A charging technology. It has dimensions of 11.80 x 10.50 x 28.50 cm and weighs 450g.

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