September 20, 2017 at 1:24AM


FlyCam 3000

i m buying ( or bougt ! not Deleverd Yet ) a FlyCam 3000 ( Not FlyCam HD 3000 ) , i Own A Canon 1300d , Which is not heavy , i know it will handle my camera . my friend has a 5D Mark 4 (24-105mm f4) That i have not used that much yet , but it is heavy , especially with that white besat 70-200 f2.8 , my question was , will my FlyCam 3000 be able to handle 5d with those lenses on , i will be using that camera at some projects.
Flycam 3000 video cam stabilizer accepts camera upto 3.5kg/7.7lbs("Thay Say").
And i dont know the weight of 5d with those lenses.
And any tips on Flycams/Gimbles.
Thank in Advance :)


Yes it will. The more weight the better. The advertising says 3.5kg weight capacity for that model. In youtube there are plenty of tutorials on flycams and steadycams. Cheesycam has some really good ones.

September 22, 2017 at 10:05AM

You voted '-1'.
Andres Mata
Camera, Editor, Director of Photography

Yes, BUT. In 90% of situations, you won't need to use a 70-200 lens on a stabilizer, especially a fly cam. Wider lenses will be your friend. But those setups shouldn't hit any weight limits.

September 24, 2017 at 1:14PM

Craig Douglas
Editor/ Videographer

Have you checked out Andrew Kramer has some awesome lens flares for wide angle lenses.

Stephen Kawakami

December 5, 2017 at 1:41PM

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