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Old Jul 14, 2015, 03:02 PM
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Limited 24 hours sale for InfinityMR starts right now!
Details: hdairstudio@gmail.com
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Old Jul 16, 2015, 03:55 AM
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Good news! InfinityMR will aslo support cameras like canon 6D or Nikon D610, even Canon 5D MKII should fit! (cameras hight up to 116mm).
So I can order this week and the D610 will be supported ?
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Old Aug 20, 2015, 05:52 AM
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InfinityMR from latest batch.
Changes: cameras up to Canon 5D size supported (1400g max. weight).
New Orbit anti-vibration system with 12mm tube clamps included in every set
Balck anodizing for most aluminium parts
Easy access to USB port
New electronics cover
Thumb-screws for easy balancing included in every set
Now every gimbal comes ready to use out of the box including AM and encoders.
New price

I think InfinityMR is the lightest gimbal on the market that supports Canon 5D.

New price for InfinityMR including new Orbit damping system, extended mounting system, AM and encoders and fully assembled and almost ready to use use (balancing and some fine tuning possibly needed) is 1329$.
This price includes also worldwide DHL/UPS shipping.

www.hdairstudio.com
Website of InfinityMR will be updated soon.
All orders can be send to kuba@hdairstudio.com
Lots of aerial tests available for download as raw files: www.vimeo.com/hdairstudio



New, Orbit damping system.
What's important you can adjust width of 12mm tube clamps distance. You can easily mount InfinityMR to different multirotors with 12mm tubes system.
Of course, you don't have to use 12mm tube clamps with carbon rails and you can go with standard 4x spacers mounting pattern.

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Old Aug 20, 2015, 06:41 AM
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Hi Kuba,
the new orbit dampers look interesting. Are they really better than the 3 dampers on each side, I have on my InfinityMR? I'm totally happy with the current system. I only exchanged your dampers for way softer ones. I would love to see a comparison between the orbit and the old system. Is there a difference in weight between the old and the new gimbal?

The InfinityMR is the most advanced BL-gimbal I know. Great work Jakub!!!

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Old Aug 20, 2015, 06:46 AM
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finally someone who has drawn the right conclusions about how to use damper balls for damping gimbal systems ... big congrats !!!

I think you might consider tilting them even more.
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Old Aug 20, 2015, 07:25 AM
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Joerg, thanks! Can you post more videos form InfinityMR?
When it comes to Orbit damping system.
Tilting dampers lets to achieve better damping in all axis. But remember, damping system is needed only when there are serious problems with vibrations.
Right now Orbit is equipped with the same stiffenes dampers as older version, but I am developing softer dampers for different gum mixture. They will be available soon.

OlliW - thanks. Yea, this I think the first damping system on the marked constructed in that way.

I want to record a video presenting how damping system works, hopefully soon...
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Old Aug 20, 2015, 07:32 AM
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OlliW - thanks. Yea, this I think the first damping system on the marked constructed in that way.
yes, surprisingly enough since it's so obvious that this is the way to go, but someone has to be first ... congrats again

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Old Aug 20, 2015, 08:14 AM
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Looking at the orbit system, it seems like it is constucted to work against sideways forces, that are applied on the dampers. It will surely remove that "swimming" motion, that used to happen with too soft and horizontally installed dampers. Great thing! I love when things are getting better.

I will have a high-res Delta-3D printer by the beginning of Sept. - I ordered different flexible filaments (NinjaFlex etc.) to experiment with. I will construct some dampers with different fillings... looking forward to playing with it.

@jakuban I'm mostly flying comercially and do not have the rights for the aireal videos I take. But some kind of endorsement could defenetly do good. 😂😂 I'm thinking of getting a second InfinityMR... 😎

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Old Aug 25, 2015, 05:01 AM
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Jakub, what's the price for the new MR without Alexmos? I already have the CPHV.

If I order the MR without Alexmos, will the wires etc be ready for my setup? So all I have to do is connect the CPHV and IMU and I'm ready to go?
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