GigaPan EPIC Pro V Robotic Camera Mount
- Supports Video Panning and Time-Lapse
- Automated Gigapixel Panoramic Images
- 10 lb Load Capacity
- 180° Tilt Range
- 360° Panning Range
- 2-Axis Diagonal Movement
- Backlit Menu and Button Navigation
GigaPan EPIC Pro V Robotic Camera Mount enables automated multi-shot stitched image capture along with continuous movement modes for producing dynamic videos and motion time-lapses. Utilizing a 360° horizontal panning base with 180° vertical tilt, a range of movements can be used to perform creative effects during video or time-lapse recording, and both axes can be operated simultaneously to produce diagonal movements. Benefitting still photographers, the mount also supports capturing multi-frame panoramas and gigapixel imagery, with the ability to record up to 20 frames per shooting position for HDR and exposure bracketing applications.
All shooting modes can be configured on the EPIC Pro V, using the backlit menu and button-based navigational system for intuitive settings adjustment. The mount supports camera and lens combinations up to 10 lb and incorporates both 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 mounts for attaching to most tripods. Additionally, included with the mount is GigaPan Stitch software, which can be used to seamlessly produce finished panoramic and gigapixel imagery during post-production.
Robotic camera mount enables automated recording of multi-shot gigapixel and panoramic images simply by setting the edges of the frame and allowing the mount to seamlessly record individual frames ready for stitching during post-production.
Horizontal panning is supported for full 360° rotations, vertical tilt is supported up to 180° (+/-90°), and two rotational axes can be used at once to produce diagonal movement.
Video pan modes make use of continuous 360° horizontal panning and 180° vertical rotation while the camera is recording, and both axes can be used simultaneously to realize continuous diagonal movement. Intuitive setup is handled directly on the GigaPan itself, and allows for control over the speed of the rotations, as well as setting of start and stop points and the total duration of the movement. Settings can be previewed prior to recording, and when working in video mode, you must manually start or stop recording from the camera itself.