The Tilta Float System works in conjunction with the DJI RS 2 and RS3 Pro to provide a small, compact camera stabilizer system to allow you to accomplish smooth cinematic camera movements with smaller camera setups.
The counterweight-based post provides further stabilization for your setup beyond what the gimbal is already doing to allow for the smoothest possible free flowing camera movement imaginable.
The spring-loaded arm and support vest design puts the weight of the rig onto your torso, allowing for longer operating times before the user gets fatigued.
The included Wireless Thumb Controller allows you to wirelessly control the Ronin as well as a Nucleus M or Nucleus Nano follow focus motor.
This unit is designed to be mounted to the yoke of your Tilta Float via the system’s Monitor Bracket.
The Controller powers via Go Pro 5-8 Batteries and features a USB-C port that can be used for future firmware updates. Please note we do not recommend powering the unit via this port.
The included Lower Back Support and Single Shoulder Strap provides additional weight distribution ensuring comfortable operation over any duration.
Multiple power options provide more flexibly when powering the Ronin. The system can power the gimbal via Gold Mount, V-Mount, TB50, or the Battery Handle itself via optional accessories.
*The Float is compatible with any gimbal under the weight limit that can mount via 1/4″-20 threads and can power via 2 Pin Lemo or an internal battery, however, it can only wirelessly control the RS2 and RS3 Pro*
**The Float does not have power outputs other than the 2 Pin Lemo designed for powering the RS2**
***The Internal Post Cable can handle 14.8V and 3A with maximum ability to handle 6A***
RS3/RS3 Pro: The M Key is NOT able to mimic the function of the gimbal. The M Key on this unit can ONLY change the Mode setting.
It is NOT recommended to use gimbals larger than what could be classified as “handheld” such the Movi Pro.
Even if the total weight is under 10kg, the system will have trouble supporting gimbals physically larger than the DJI Ronin RS Series gimbals.
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