The G2X features an angled roll motor arm which can be calibrated to sit either in front or behind hte camera depending on the LCD position.
Both gimbals have a maximum payload of 8 lbs with full 360 degrees of rotation on the pan & tilt. The roll axis can rotate 60 degrees to the left or right.
The gimbals are designed to be work hand in hand with a number of accessories including the Nucleus-Nano motors that can be powered via 5V Mini-USB port on the tilt motor.
Aside from the 5V port, there is also a 14.8V DC output which can be used to power the camera or accessories with a dummy battery.
Two rosettes on the pistol grip allow for mounting of various accessories like the Nucleus-M hand controller with rosette adaptors for focus control while using the gimbal.
The gimbal does not have a display to show you what mode you are in but a multi-colour LED which changes depending on the mode selected by the front button.
- Solid Green LED – Pan Follow Mode
- Solid Red LED – Tilt Lock Mode
- Solid Blue LED – Fully Stabilized Mode
- Flashing Blue LED – Roll Lock Mode
The Tilta Assistant App connects via Bluetooth to calibrate the gimbal motors, be used as a wireless remote and program a timelapse with a separate trigger cable.
The G2 & G2X system come in a hard shell case which contains the pistol grip, balancing plate, gimbal body, baseplate, hot shoe support bracket, lens support. battery charger & a multi-head screwdriver.
No Batteries Included
The G2 & G2X system both use four rechargeable 18650 batteries. The kits include a charger but do not include any batteries. Tilta recommends these EBL 18650 batteries from Amazon.
Pricing & Availability
Both models are available to order via Tilta’s website for USD $790.
Gravity G2 Handheld Gimbal System – USD$790
Recommended EBL 18650 Batteries – 6 Pack – USD $17.99