A Look Back To When Guru 360° Was Unveiled at NAMM 2017!

A Look Back To When Guru 360° Was Unveiled at NAMM 2017!



  Flash back Friday to Guru 360°'s debut at NAMM 2017! Back in January, this was the world's introduction to the first affordable camera stabilizer designed for 360 cameras such as Samsung Gear 360, the Kodak Pixpro SP360 and the Nikon Keymission 360!

  Guru 360° offers unobstructed view while filming and has over 360° of movement on each axis. The small size of the stabilizer ensures it's viewable profile is not too obtrusive to the talent or the viewer!

  The Guru 360°'s stability makes stitching for multiple cameras cleaner and reduces artifacting in 360° video. Create a more enjoyable experience by using the Guru 360° to correct unwanted movement, rotation, roll, and horizontal drift. 

  The Guru has three different filming modes assigned to the five way analog joystick built into the handle. These three filming modes can be used to capture any type of scene. Use the filming mode and lock mode to lock in each axis to hold the camera's lenses in a fixed direction. 
  Unique to Guru 360° is that the head and handle can be interchanged with other gimbal heads and handles in the Moza system. This enables you to switch to a smartphone or GoPro when paired with the corresponding gimbal head! 
  The battery lasts up to six hours and can be recharged from the handle. When not in use the Guru can be easily stored for travel in a backpack. 



Have a great weekend!