The gimbal wars are certainly heating up. With the recent announcement of the DJI Ronin-SC, and the Zhiyun Gimbal S, Tilta has decided to fight back by putting their G2X/Nano bundle on sale for $499 USD.
This is pretty good value considering the Nucleus-Nano: Wireless Lens Control System base system costs $229 USD by itself. In saying that B&H does have the Tilta G2X And Nucleus Nano Bundle listed for $599 USD, but it is listed as a new item that is coming soon. the availability
You can also buy the G2X gimbal by itself for $299 USD (it’s normally $730 USD).
There is limited supply available of G2X and G2X/Nano bundles with savings over 50%. Flat rate shipping to North and South America is done directly from Tilta’s main warehouse in China. A $30 USD flat shipping rate applies for the G2X or bundle deal, and $50 USD if you buy the kit that comes in a hardshell case. Items ship via 2-3 day expedited shipping (offer available on Tilta.com to North and South American orders only).
The Tiltamax Gravity G2X Compact Handheld Gimbal System uses the same technology as the Tiltamax Gravity 3-Axis gimbal to stabilize camera systems but in a smaller, more compact setup. With a maximum payload of up to 8 lbs, this gimbal is suitable for DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, smartphones, and GoPros.
The Nucleus-Nano is a compact wireless lens control system specifically designed for handheld gimbal systems. It makes it possible for a single operator to control a lens gear while simultaneously operating their gimbal. The Nano system is compatible with all DSLR, mirrorless, and modified “cine-style” vintage photo lenses. The Nano is fully cross-compatible with the Nucleus-M controllers and motors.
When used in conjunction with the Tiltamax Gravity G2X Compact Handheld Gimbal, simple single-handed operation is possible by mounting the controller unit to the gimbal body’s rosette connection. Easily toggle between the G2X’s modes and pull focus at the same time!