Deal: Zhiyun Crane V2 Gimbal For $399 W/Coupon, US Warehouse


Are you in the market for a new gimbal? Well, the Zhiyun Crane V2 gimbal is currently on sale on TomTop, and in addition to that, we have a coupon code to share with you, which will provide you with an even more considerable discount. This gimbal is currently discounted to $429 on TomTop, and if you utilize the coupon code provided down below, you will be able to grab this gimbal for only $399, read on.

Before we start talking about the device itself, it's worth noting that this gimbal is available from the US warehouse, so those of you who live in the US and purchase it, you'll probably get it in no time. This gimbal comes with a 3-axis stabilizer, and it weighs 995 grams without its battery. Speaking of which, you will get two 26500 Li-Ion batteries, each of which can run for 6-12 hours, says the company. Having said that, this gimbal is made out of metal, and it should not feel too heavy in the hand, but it does offer 'premium weight' that most of you have probably come to expect from such products. Now, in addition to two batteries we've mentioned, and the gimbal itself, you will also get a charger in the package, and 'lens support' is included here, along with a screw that will hold that part in place. A user manual is also included in the box, of course, and so is a storage box for the device itself.

There are several buttons included on this gimbal, including a 5-way joystick which you'll use in order to manually operated the device. This gimbal can be connected to the company's smartphone application, and it offers Bluetooth support, of course. That is more or less it, gimbals are always a useful way of providing some additional video stabilization to your camera or smartphone, and it can do wonders when it comes to that. So, if you're shooting a lot of video content, getting a gimbal may be the way to go. If you're interested, the purchase link and a coupon code are included down below.


Zhiyun Crane V2 gimbal
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