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Zhiyun-Tech Weebill Lab Handheld Stabilizer for Mirrorless Cameras EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has Zhiyun-Tech Weebill Lab Handheld Stabilizer for Mirrorless Cameras (WEEBILL-LAB-N) on sale for $229. Shipping is free. Thanks ttn32

Includes:
  • 2x 18650 Battery
  • Mini Tripod
  • Charger
  • Lens Support
  • USB Type-C Cable
  • Micro-USB Cable
  • Camera Cable
  • Micro-USB to USB Type-C Converter
  • Carry Case
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  • Sale valid today 6/7 only.
  • 6.6 lb Payload; Mini Tripod Mount on Top and Bottom; Allows Two-Handed Operation; Easy Switching to Underslung Mode.
  • Please refer to the forum thread for additional details & discussion. -StrawMan86

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Lowest price I've seen is $250 but not sure if its been cheaper in the past. Thought this was a pretty good deal.

Sale Price: $230
Reg price: $600

Key Features
6.6 lb Payload
Mini Tripod Mount on Top and Bottom
Allows Two-Handed Operation
Easy Switching to Underslung Mode


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For those interested, this is generation 1 of the gimbal that struggles with longer lenses. They fixed that with the weebil lab-s version. Also generation 1 had issues with locking due to the plastic pieces. Over time the locking piece wears away until you are not able to lock the camera to the gimbal anymore. Source: I used to own one.
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Pretty solid deal for a gimbal if you're looking for one for your mirrorless.

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Good deal. Ordered one, thanks OP.
Not the best gimbal around but good overall with 6.6lbs payload. The extended arm would be handy to mount monitor. I think for $230 worth the money...
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For those interested, this is generation 1 of the gimbal that struggles with longer lenses. They fixed that with the weebil lab-s version. Also generation 1 had issues with locking due to the plastic pieces. Over time the locking piece wears away until you are not able to lock the camera to the gimbal anymore. Source: I used to own one.
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Does anyone know if this can be used with a GoPro?
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For those interested, this is generation 1 of the gimbal that struggles with longer lenses. They fixed that with the weebil lab-s version. Also generation 1 had issues with locking due to the plastic pieces. Over time the locking piece wears away until you are not able to lock the camera to the gimbal anymore. Source: I used to own one.
A simple counter balance fixes that issue quite nicely. Gen 2 is certainly better, but this is much cheaper.
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I feel like a7r3 + 1728 will be a bit heavy for this.
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Does anyone know if this can be used with a GoPro?
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I own the weebil and it's very good. Super easy and fast to balance. The weight capacity is pretty high but it doesn't do so well with heavier full frame setups particularly large 2.8 zooms. It's powerful enough but not enough clearance. With an A6000 series and any lens it's excellent. Heaviest lens I own is the 16-55 f2.8 Sony and handles it no problem. Only complaint I have is the axis locking tabs are a bit loose and flimsy. Hopefully they hold up.
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Can I use this with my iPhone and won't it be cheaper and better than an interchangeable lens DSLR or mirrorless (of course!).

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A simple counter balance fixes that issue quite nicely. Gen 2 is certainly better, but this is much cheaper.
One does not simply counterbalance a zoom lens. I had significant jitter at the extreme end of my 24-105 f/4, and counterbalancing on the run is not so achievable.

If you've got a heavy lens, stronger motors of the Weebill-S is what you need.
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Can I use this with my iPhone and won't it be cheaper and better than an interchangeable lens DSLR or mirrorless (of course!).

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This is OVERKILL for a phone or gopro. Get a smaller gimbal that is easier and lighter to hold. Gimbals for phones are only like $100 new. This thing is for up to 6lb which is why it's a lot more expensive and is gigantic and heavy. Get one that is for 0-1.5 lbs and designed for phones, which also is cheaper, lighter, and easier to use than the one listed here.
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This is OVERKILL for a phone or gopro. Get a smaller gimbal that is easier and lighter to hold. Gimbals for phones are only like $100 new. This thing is for up to 6lb which is why it's a lot more expensive and is gigantic and heavy. Get one that is for 0-1.5 lbs and designed for phones, which also is cheaper, lighter, and easier to use than the one listed here.
Thank you for the kind and earnest reply. Please note that the "/s" denotes sarcasm in internet colloquial.
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For those interested, this is generation 1 of the gimbal that struggles with longer lenses. They fixed that with the weebil lab-s version. Also generation 1 had issues with locking due to the plastic pieces. Over time the locking piece wears away until you are not able to lock the camera to the gimbal anymore. Source: I used to own one.
Wondering if its just a plastic piece, wouldnt it be easy to replace?
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