Yuneec's Typhoon ActionCam lets you shoot with cinematic camera stability

Yuneec brings their 3-axis gimbal to the ground with their newest device.
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If you've ever seen a stabilized shot from a camera attached to a gimbal then you already know how much of a gamechanger that is compared to traditional, hand-held shooting. Yuneec is bringing that look and feel to the market with the Typhoon ActionCam. The device brings the gimbal technology used in their drone products to the ground with a 3-axis gimbal with a handle attachment that can hold your smartphone (up to 6.4 inches) giving you a full-on, stabilized 4K, 12 megapixel camera rig and 90 minutes of shooting time. 

$550, Yuneec

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