Sybrillo Expands Your GoPro's Video Capabilities

GoPros are known for being versatile go-anywhere, do-anything cameras. Sybrillo is looking to expand those capabilities with its interesting multipurpose gimbal.

If you're looking to extend the functions of your GoPro and improve the quality of its footage without sacrificing its ruggedness, this might be a great option for you. The Sybrillo is a stabilized three-axis gimbal that offers pan, tilt, and roll controls. What makes it particularly interesting is that it's controlled by a smartphone app in which users can either manipulate the device in real time or program exactly timed movement sequences, making it easy to film alone or to plan things like motion time-lapses. This, combined with its built-in stabilization, make it an intriguing option for filmmakers who rely on the ruggedness of the GoPro to film extreme sports or activities in the elements.

Speaking of the elements, the Sybrillo is waterproof, with the ability to withstand 1 meter of immersion for up to 30 minutes, which is important, as one would not want to undermine the durability of a GoPro when using an accessory. Weighing 10.6 oz and offering 3 hours of battery life, it's a potentially great option for filmmakers or anyone looking to improve the quality of their GoPro footage. Watch the video above for more. 

Interested in picking up your own? Check out their Kickstarter page!

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Alex Cooke is a Cleveland-based portrait, events, and landscape photographer. He holds an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and a doctorate in Music Composition. He is also an avid equestrian.

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