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Old Apr 09, 2015, 04:35 AM
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Hey Jakub,
Are you planning on any lens support with this gimbal? One of my favorite things about the F1 was how solidly your camera was held within the cage. Also the thumbscrews sound like a decent enough idea for adjustments. Hope you can make this an option.

If you don't want encoders, will you be able to order it with a slipring on yaw? I'm going the CP route with it.

Thanks. Looking forward to the videos.

Daloaf I am thinking about lens support, I want to make it easy to mount and use.
Thumbscrews will be an option, but after I find a good source of them, or maybe I will produce them on my own.
When it comes to encoders - yes, after I confirm they work ok, I will make two options in my shop to buy 1. with enco; 2. without enco. Those version probably will be also different in constructions.
jetbootz I don't know yet. I am trying to keep quality as high as possible but also to keep production costs as low as possible to make the price good for everyone. InfinityMR is not a China product. It is produced and assembled in Poland (EU).
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Old Apr 09, 2015, 10:35 AM
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Encoder Upgrade kit for Infinity L?

Hi Jakub:

It would be terrific if you would consider coming up with an Encoder Add-on Kit for the InfinityL heavy lift gimbal. It's a fabulous gimbal system and adding encoders to it would only make it better while also increasing the value of the investment , owner like me have made.

Thanks for your consideration in advance,

*B
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Old Apr 09, 2015, 05:42 PM
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flyingCowboy1, that would be very hard to do, especially on roll axis motor that is supported from both sides. Without serious mechanical changes it is not possible. From the financial point of view that could be more than non-economic upgrade kit.
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Really? I'd think you'd just have to swap out one of the side brackets.
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Old Apr 10, 2015, 12:56 AM
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Really. Every motor needs serious modifications to implement encoder in its construction, it is not that easy as you think.
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Old Apr 10, 2015, 10:25 AM
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Thumbscrews for easy balancing and lens support to make whole construction more rigid.
I had small delay in CNC facility but final production prototype will be ready next week
All you can see on this render is pure carbon + high grade silver anodize aluminium.

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Old Apr 15, 2015, 11:42 AM
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Assembly in progress



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It's looking good Jakub. Looks like it will be a very solid design.
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Old Apr 16, 2015, 02:58 AM
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Thnaks!
Yea, it is amazing how rigid it is, I am very happy with that.
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Still waiting for one part for final production unit.
Can you believe that DHL plane has an engine problem or something, and it was delayed? This one part is a big carbon pate...

Meantime, anyone interested in such a nice camera bolts?
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