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    Freefly MōVI XL


    MōVI hit the gym! Freefly took everything great about the MōVI Pro and added some serious horsepower for the world's biggest cameras. MōVI XL is a lightweight, portable system that allows users to capture stable imagery in the most demanding environments.


    • Custom in-house designed high torque direct drive motors
    • Axis locks for easy ground handling/balancing
    • Custom motor drives with high-resolution encoders
    • Capable of performing at extreme speeds (75+mph)
    • Accessory power
    • Integrate Focus / Iris / Zoom motor drivers
    • Integrated control of Red cameras via RCP
    • 3+ hour runtime powering gimbal and camera with onboard batteries (sold separately)
    • Completely wireless operation (power, video, control) allows for 1-minute changes from camera car to crane to cable cam
    • Underslung or overslung mounting
    • Compatible with Freefly Ecosystem - MōVI Controller, MIMIC, Pilot
    • 50lb max payload
    • Internal Wiring
    • 2 second boot time
    • Capable of traveling as excess baggage on airlines
    • Modular construction
    • 10-second full system autotune (no more manual tuning!)
    • Integrated screen and menu system
    • iOS and Android App for control, configuration, and feedback

    Long Battery Life & Lightweight Construction

    The XL runs on a dual battery set-up (10AH, 6S 25.2V) which allows for completely wireless operation as a totally self-contained unit. According to the manufacturer, these batteries offer up to 3 hours of run-time for the camera & gimbal.

    Despite being capable of carrying payloads of up to 50lbs, Freefly has used their experience of creating professional gimbals to retain a lightweight construction for ease of transport. This is due to a carbon fibre-based construction made up of 25mm tubes which form the camera cage and 50mm tubes everywhere else.

    The design principle is similar to that of the MoVI PRO and as such, making adjustments to the gimbal (i.e. toggle clamps and sliding tubes) will be familiar to anyone who has experience with the smaller model.

    Efficiency & Smart Design

    Freefly has gone all out to ensure maximum performance, placing motor drives right alongside their respective motors and moving the power distribution hub to the rear of the gimbal.

    The motors have also been created with large hollow shafts, allowing the user to run any necessary wiring through the body of the gimbal to wherever they’re required without it becoming a tangled mess. This means that SDI or HDMI cable scan be run out of the gimbal into whatever secondary device you’re using. There is also a hole in the side of the camera cage which serves the same purpose.

    The MoVI XL's development has benefitted from all of the lessons learned through years of professional gimbal manufacture and this dedication to constant improvement shows in the final product.

    Simple Workflow & Sturdy Construction

    Freefly has developed a new quick-release mechanism (with a simple slide & clamp action) to attach the gimbal to a vehicle/crane and numerous larger the pop and lock points, allowing users to mount accessories easily. They’ve also added in custom direct drive brushless motors and high-resolution encoders.

    A gimbal of this size obviously need to be a sturdy bit of gear and, from what Freefly have demonstrated, it’s unlikely to disappoint. Featuring an improved vibration isolation system and high-performance GPS to monitor horizon stability even under harsh acceleration, this is a truly robust rig. This is especially evident when this level of acceleration can reach up to 100mph and still see great results from the gimbal.

    There is also a reasonable level of weatherproofing as the core components are covered as much as possible while still allowing for heat dissipation from the gimbal's mechanical parts.

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