Wanted: Your old servo driven gimbal

Discussion in 'Sale / Trade' started by Luke Waters, Dec 26, 2015.

  1. Luke Waters

    Luke Waters New Member

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    Here is your chance to get rid of that servo driven gimbal that has been collecting dust on your shelf since the brushless gimbal revolution.

    I'm looking for a 2 or 3 axis servo driven gimbal designed to carry DSLR sized payloads. It should be in good usable condition. At minimum it needs to have pan and tilt, roll is optional.

    Anything like a Photoship One 2x or 3x, Photohigher AV200, Tarot 5D, Freefly Cinestar gimbal, or similar type gimbal would be perfect.

    Let me know what you got!
     
  2. Johan Moen

    Johan Moen New Member

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    Ive got a 3 axis AV200 fully functional.
     
  3. Raymont Stüssi

    Raymont Stüssi New Member

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  4. Pankaj Sharma

    Pankaj Sharma New Member

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    Hi Luke, I have brand new AV200 IDD gimbal which is used only once..
     
  5. Dave King

    Dave King Well-Known Member

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    I have a 3 axis cinestar gimbal fully functional.
     
  6. Alex Fuller

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    I have a 3 axis brushless Cinestar gimbal, not servo but its definitely collecting dust!
     
  7. jeremy mullis

    jeremy mullis New Member

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    I have (2) 2 axis freely cinestar gimbals that are in great condition. Barely used.
     
  8. Chris Fanning

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    I have a Photoshipone 2x that was for a trex700
     

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