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New Snoppa Rover Camera Gimbal Lets You Roll the Camera on Rough Roads

For the aspiring filmmaker, capturing those precious moments in an almost dramatic fashion can be a daunting task. It often requires lugging around extra equipment, like a gimbal, a drone, and even a dolly track. But what if there was just one piece of equipment that could replace all of that? The Snoppa Rover is making waves in the camera stabilization industry, allowing cinematographers to roll the camera even on the roughest of roads.

Designed by Snoppa Technology.

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The Rover is a lightweight cinematic dolly with an advanced electronic stabilizer that hides the device's true potential behind a vague yet straightforward phrase. The Rover's ability to shoot stably on uneven ground is partly since each of its three wheels may operate independently of one other while also working in tandem. Each wheel has its damping system, sensors, and steering mechanism to execute moves that few dollies can accomplish with ease. For example, each wheel may rotate 360 degrees on its own, allowing you to make zero-radius turns in place without breaking a sweat.

Active Damping System – Has built-in gyroscopes and acceleration sensors in each of its three stabilizer arms.

The Snoppa Rover's ability to keep its center of gravity low makes it highly adaptable, allowing cameras to roll on various surfaces, including asphalt and rough terrain. Flexibility may well be the cinema dolly's most potent asset, allowing you to replace some gear or get rid of the requirement for an extra person on your crew. Do you need a low-angle shot? Simply hang the camera at the bottom of the Rover's pole upside down. You may also use other pieces of equipment in tandem with the dolly, such as a tripod head or gimbal to adjust the camera's tilt if you already have them.

Steering System – The angle sensor (Hall sensor) at the joint between the stabilizer arm and the wheels of the Rover, the electric steering mechanism can be rotated 360.

You may drive the Rover in any manner you choose, whether it's with a phone or tablet, a transmitter remote control, or even manually. You may also pre-program the direction the dolly will go before leaving or have it lock onto a subject and continuously track it. The Rover is well-equipped to operate in Hyperlapse. It's a breeze for the Rover, especially since it can "walk" at a steady speed and direction on any surface. However, even the finest-planned routes may go awry, necessitating changes along the way. Fortunately, thanks to its memory function, this dolly is clever enough to recall the path it traveled and re-shoot that route again when required.

Power System – The built-in gyroscope detects wheel speed in real-time, and the intelligent algorithm can distribute the power of each wheel individually.

The Snoppa Rover is designed to be adaptable because it meets the many demands of filmmakers, including long hours of filming. The Rover's built-in battery may keep it operating even if one of the two batteries goes down, thanks to its twin battery system. Simply swap in an additional set and watch the hours pass by as you drive around town. And when it's time to depart or relocate, merely collapse the Rover and roll out without missing a beat.

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Arc Mode – Rover keeps the lens and the subject always equidistant, rotating one/half turn at the same rotation speed.
Lock Mode – Whether you are manually or remotely manipulating the Rover’s movement, the lens orientation will always remain the same.
Follow Mode – The lens will smoothly follow the movement of Rover. For use when a moving subject or a different subject needs to be shot, etc.
Smart Object Tracking – If you want to do a self-tracking shot, you can leave it to Rover to perform the tracking while saving manpower.