Using MōVI, the possibilities of camera movements are limitless. Even if you are running with the camera, there is no worry that image will be compromised, because the unique design provides camera stabilization like no other.
Majestic Mode (Pan/Tilt)
Majestic Mode allows for a single operator to intuitively control the pointing of the gimbal by moving the handles without compromising the stabilization of the image. The gimbal takes the operator's movements and intelligently converts them into stabilized pan and tilt movements. This allows for very low profile single operator setup and accurate framing in tight situations.
Live Wireless Tuning & Graphing
A next generation stabilized gimbal deserves a fast, intuitive and user friendly GUI (graphical user interface). The MōVI features a real-time bluetooth connection to the gimbal, which outputs all pertinent performance data and allows for live adjustment of any of the gimbal parameters.
Remote Firmware Updatable
The MōVI stabilized camera system is firmware updatable. When Freefly adds a new feature on Friday night, you can be shooting with it on Saturday morning. As the system is used in varying cinema applications, Freefly is constantly inventing new solutions for the rigors operators face in using the system to execute demanding shots.
Capturing on-camera audio is no problem with the MōVI, as the system is virtually silent. Because the entire motor / drive system was designed in-house, Freefly was able to reduce the noise frequency signature of the gimbal to a virtually inaudible level.
Custom Direct Drive Motors
High torque and lightweight are two attributes that don't usually go together. Drawing on years of brushless motor design experience, Freefly was able to create a remarkably lightweight motor that still has enough torque to handle larger camera packages.
User Adjustable Shaky Cam
In some instances, camera movement / shake is a desirable aesthetic choice. The difficult part is quantifying the amount and type of 'shake' to effectively convey the emotion of the scene. The MōVI overcomes this limitation by allowing the user to define variable noise filters that mimic the user's movements. Being able to control the level of 'noise' is highly useful, as it can be difficult for a human operator to accurately maintain a consistent level of camera movement, especially while keeping a compelling frame. With the MōVI noise filter, the camera operator can focus on framing and the MōVI takes care of the rest consistently and repeatably.
With this new, intuitive MōVI Control method, there are no joysticks,
knobs or wheels. Just tilt, pan or roll and the MōVI will follow. Move
the MIMIC and the MōVI will follow. It's so instant and organic that
operators can execute complex moving shots with precise framing after
just minutes of practice.