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As part of an ever-growing industry, Gyro Motion is striving to set new standards in terms of user friendliness, camera stabilisation and movement control.

What started as a hobby and passion for film-making in 1995 has been evolving and growing as a brand since 2005. In that time, Gyro Motion have established themselves as a manufacturer of high-tech stabilised camera support systems — every member of our team passionately working on improving and challenging ourselves everyday.


Thanks to Gyro Motion's long-term experience and knowledge in the development, design and manufacturing of high-tech camera support equipment, we've refined our manufacturing process and our use of materials and are able to maintain the highest standards in terms of production efficiency and product durability.



The development of both, software and hardware happens with one important thought in mind: maximum compatibility and easy handling for our clients to make the best use of our products as well as utilising and combining them with our Gyro Arm as well as products from other manufacturers to bring out their full potential.

Our stabilisers are compatible with most types of telescopic and non-telescopic camera cranes (e. g. Service Vision Scorpio, MovieBird or Techno Crane) and all industry standard digital camera systems (such as ARRI, Sony, RED or Blackmagic).


Despite our products incorporating state-of-the-art technology and high-quality components, we are only ever as good as the service and support we provide our clients with — making our close relations with clients and the extensive support one of the pillars of Gyro Motion's long and successful legacy.


In addition to working with high-quality components, our design mentality is entirely focused on using control algorithms and modern design solutions to make even the most demanding shots possible. The combination of software—which is built to meet any and every requirement on set—and hardware provides excellent movement control and high-precision stabilisation of our systems even with strong angular disturbances.

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