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Zhiyun CRANE 2S Is Compatible With Nikon Z 6II

Zhiyun announced that the popular CRANE 2S gimbal is fully compatible with Nikon’s new Z 6II full frame mirrorless multimedia camera just launched on October 14th, presenting an ideal gimbal option for Z 6II users.

The CRANE 2S, built on the benchmark set by its predecessor Crane 2 which is widely recognized as classic exemplar of 3-axis handheld gimbals, achieves greater load and size capacity and more filming flexibility. It promises as the go-to gimbal for mainstream mirrorless cameras.

The Z 6II adopts large-diameter Z mount to capture richer amount of light for stunning image quality. Living up to higher standard photography and recording demands, it’s an infallible piece to invest on for vlog creators and filmmakers.

The combination of Crane 2S and Z 6II is ideal for professional videographers filming complex and fast-moving action scenes, such as wedding videos, short films, skateboarding vlogs, or even car commercials.

The Best Camera Gimbal for DSLR Cameras

Videographers have to constantly switch between different cameras to ensure they are using the optimal tools for the task at hand. CRANE 2S is ready to embrace this challenge. With highly optimized motors, CRANE 2S not only handles the Nikon Z 6II but also larger cameras such as the BMPCC 6K, Panasonic S1H, and EOS 1DX Mark II, with ease. The new generation 9th Instune Algorithm ensures smooth, reliable performance even in time-sensitive tasks.

Ensuring you won’t miss any critical shots, CRANE 2S features the FlexMount System which greatly simplifies the setup process while at the same time securing your valuable camera gear with a double safety mechanism.

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Michael Sandoval

Michael created MUSE/MUSE TV after a career in professional sports and journalism. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Don Bosco Technical Institute in which he studied Electronics and Computer Science and California State University, Fullerton in which he graduated with a degree from the College of Communication in Journalism. He is a big Foo Fighters fan, loves Star Wars and loves photography. Member of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society.

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