Glidecam Announces Tru-Horizon Head

Glidecam has announced the Tru-Horizon camera head that allows movement from low to high and back again in a single fluid shot.

Glidecam said the Tru-Horizon automatically ensures the camera remains level and horizontal at all times.

The Glidecam Tru-Horizon can be attached to the Glidecam Devin Graham Signature Series, Glidecam HD-4000 and/or Glidecam XR-PRO stabilizers and it will control the camera’s roll axis.

The Tru-Horizon weighs 1.2 pounds, supports one to five pounds, has an angular vibration range of plus or minus .02 degrees and a rotation range of 360 degrees per second. It operates on a single lithium ion battery.

Price is $699.00.

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