The CineMotion is a motion stabiliser for the DJI Motion Controller. It is designed after the controls of a fighter jet to give your gliding a fluid feeling, as well as keep the flyer more grounded and aware of their input on the drone.
This allows flyers to perform sequences of advanced moves with perfectly smooth transitions and a better sense of movement.
The stand has a smooth silicone bottom to restrict drag and a strong ball head mount to keep the grip straight even when a flat surface isn't available.
The grip is designed for comfort and to give you a firm hold on the controller so you are always in control of even the finest movements.
Use your own gear to find many more ways to mount the CineMotion
You can easily mount your CineMotion to your own gear that uses the standard 1/4-20 photographic mount such as tripods etc. We have pictures here showing other suggested uses. There are two screw holes for permanently attaching the base to a picnic table or camp chair arm which are popular among FPV groups. Another suggestion for a seated pilot is to attach the CineMotion to your leg (pictured) with some velcro straps.
Note: These are for the CineStick R2 version but the effective smoothing will be very similar.
Matt Holder from Reflex Films Australia in Perth, shows us why CineSticks give him that winning advantage with their drone footage.
The well known Italian Youtube personality, Bighenet, gives his verdict on the new resistive joysticks called CineSticks.