Wiral LITE Portable Cable Cam - Final Production Model Tested with Various Cameras

Wiral LITE Portable Cable Cam - Final Production Model Tested with Various CamerasWiral LITE Portable Cable Cam - Final Production Model Tested with Various Cameras

I decided to test the compact cable cam Wiral LITE once again in its final production model to compare it with the prototype I tested more than two years ago. I tested it with more camera setups of various sizes and weight cathegories to see how Wiral LITE can handle them. Two years ago I tested the compact cable cam called Wiral LITE (link to my hands-on article with video can be found here). Back then, Wiral had an active Kickstarter campaign for the cable cam. Wiral LITE Kickstarter project was successfully funded and the portable cable cam has since made its way into standard distribution. I decided to take a look at it again and see if there are any improvements. Officially, Wiral LITE has a maximum payload of 3.3 lb (1.5 kg). I decided to test it with more different cameras from various weight cathegories and see how well they work together with the cable cam. The choice of tested cameras was simply based on what I had available to me at that time. I tested the Wiral LITE with following cameras: I tested both Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone and Panasonic LUMIX LX100 camera with and without a gimbal. I used the Zhiyun-tech Crane M2. I tested the complete Wiral LITE package with all possible accessories, like the mobile damper mount, extended QuickReel rope (up to 330’/100m), and the travel case. One factor, which I think has the most impact on whether the footage produced with the Wiral LITE is ...
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