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Feiyu AK2000 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer EXPIRED

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  • 6-lb Payload
  • Angled Motor Arm
  • 360° Pan, Tilt & Roll Motion
  • Handwheel for Camera Movement/Focus/Zoom
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The Feiyu AK2000 is a compact 3-axis gimbal stabilizer supporting up to 6 lb loads. It's designed with an angled motor arm so there's nothing blocking your camera screen, and it provides 360° pan, tilt, and roll motion.

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Does anyone have this gimbal and have any impressions on it? I have a Panasonic G9 and am interested if it would be a good fit.
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Does anyone have this gimbal and have any impressions on it? I have a Panasonic G9 and am interested if it would be a good fit.
I have a Panasonic G9 as well. Did some quick looking on Amazon reviews which mentions a little cheap feeling, but works great. Would appreciate some input from others as well!
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The reviews make me a little suspicious. It looks like they stacked some recent 5 star ratings on top of older 1 star reviews. I've purchased similar gimbals to this setup and I'm always disappointed. I'd also like to know if anyone has experience with this particular model.
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The reviews make me a little suspicious. It looks like they stacked some recent 5 star ratings on top of older 1 star reviews. I've purchased similar gimbals to this setup and I'm always disappointed. I'd also like to know if anyone has experience with this particular model.
So I checked the reviews on Amazon.. Both ReviewMeta and Fakespot show minimal deception, 4.5 stars.
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I checked out some cheaper gimbals and in the end decided, if I'm putting $1000's of dollars of camera equipment on a rig, why cheap out and try to save money. Ended up going with the DJI Ronin SC. Couldn't be happier and the price is still decent. If you have good equipment, don't cheap out on accesories.
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Been really interested in getting a gimbal for my Fuji XT30. From all the videos and reviews I have seen, the most talked about and recommended gimbals are DJI Ronin SC, Moza AirCross 2, and the Weebill S. All of which are well into the $300s I believe.
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is this a good gimbal?
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Lots of good reviews on youtube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBvYRZc47NM watched this one and overall positive. Bought it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvdMB2s8hbo great video explaining all the different modes for the gimbal, plus examples too.
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At 6 lbs payload, should easily support Sony A7iii (1.43lbs)with either the 16-35/4 (1.14lbs) or 70-200/4 (1.8lbs) right? never had a gimbal before
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Lots of good reviews on youtube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBvYRZc47NM watched this one and overall positive. Bought it
thanks checking it out.
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merry xmas to me, props to OP.
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Just wanted to toss in my experience with these inexpensive Chinese gimbals. I have the Zhiyun Crane V2 and I was using it with a Canon t4i + 18-55mm stm kit lens/50mm prime/27mm prime/55-250mm stm lens and it handled all of this just fine even though it is only rated to ~4lbs. I have recently switched to mirrorless (Canon m50) and am using the prime lenses and it's still performing well. I have heard that some of the longer lenses in the Canon L series or the Sigma Art series can overwhelm these gimbals, even though it's still under the weight limit (body+lens) - the gimbal can struggle because of the physical length of the lens. I haven't personally used one of these lenses on my Crane, but have watched a few Youtube videos of the these gimbals struggling to support a Sony A7iii with the Sigma 18-35mm Art lens.

Obviously these gimbals will get overwhelmed with heavy or large gear, but for a mirrorless or APSC body with a decent lens these things are great. I don't regret my purchase at all. I am not a professional - this is just a hobby.
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Been really interested in getting a gimbal for my Fuji XT30. From all the videos and reviews I have seen, the most talked about and recommended gimbals are DJI Ronin SC, Moza AirCross 2, and the Weebill S. All of which are well into the $300s I believe.
Yeah, all the newer ones are around $300 and up. Keep in mind the Feiyu is at least one year old, it came out in 2018.
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