Whenever the M?VI was announced, many potential customers were appalled at the high price tag. Even the lower end M?VI carried a retail price of $5k, which many folks still considered too high.
DJI was expected to ship its M?VI competitor, the Ronin, for $4500 next month. Now, it seems that DJI wants to get an even bigger edge on the market with an entry price of $2999 for the Ronin. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Vincent Laforet took the wraps off of the new M?VI M10 digital 3-axis gyro-stabilized handheld camera gimbal yesterday. The new unit has the potential to serve as a substitute for virtually every form of camera stabilization on the market today – including Steadicams, sliders, jibs and dollies. [Read more…]