Gimbal maker Gremsy announces its first-ever 4K drone sensor
Gremsy, one of the most popular developers of camera gimbal stabilizers, is expanding its product portfolio with the company’s first-ever drone payload Zio. It’s a high-resolution zoom payload that can be best utilized in industrial applications such as asset inspections, surveying, and public safety jobs.
According to Gremsy, Zio is an integrated payload that combines a Sony 1/2.5-inch Exmor R CMOS sensor with high-stabilized three-axis gimbal technology. The lightweight sensor (480g) comes equipped with a powerful 30x zoom capability (optical: 20x, digital: 12x), allowing inspectors and surveyors to zoom into objects of interest and effortlessly transmit video at 4K resolution.
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Zio is optimized for use with the latest Gremsy Quick Release (which comes in the box with the product), so that users can plug and unplug the camera in or out from the drone as fast as…