The world’s first Monitor Positioning System (MPS) ensures your monitor is always facing you while operating at any angle. Whether you are shooting at ground level or high overhead, Orbit guarantees you can frame the shot accurately. Frame with precision and work with confidence, whether operating solo or as part of a team.
You can manually adjust monitor position for simple shots, but the real magic is the Follow Me Sensor that automatically and continuously repositions your monitor in real time. With Orbit your shot angle range is greatly expanded. Orbit is not tied to a single operator - you can still achieve great handoff shots to other operators and Orbit keeps working.
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In most situations, the Follow Me sensor is the best option to have the monitor automatically adjust to face you at any angle. A quick setup lets Orbit know your height and preferred operating angles, and once completed it’s ready to roll.
Orbit’s automatic functionality is driven by the ‘FollowMe’ Sonar sensor. The sensor is mounted on your rig pointed downward, and tells Orbit to position your monitor angle based on relative height of your rig.
Orbit ships with Satellite, an ingenious mini thumb controller that delivers manual control to your monitor position. Shots that don’t require a lot of vertical gimbal movement may be better served with quick manual monitor positioning.
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Where vertical gimbal movement isn’t required within a take, it can be ideal to set the the monitor position manually. The Satellite controller is great for manual Orbit control, and ships with the Orbit.
Besides being the perfect compliment to Orbit, Satellite is a full gimbal controller (pan/tilt/roll). Satellite also delivers camera run/stop capability. Click here to learn more about the amazing Satellite.
As a member of the Eclipse line of products, Orbit includes future-ready firmware. All of our Eclipse products connect to each other and speak the same protocol, so as we release new Eclipse gear, Orbit will be ready to connect and communicate.
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