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Morpheus allows filmmakers of all skill levels to achieve shots never before possible with their GoPro, smartphone or small camera.
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Shipping Updates, a Photo, 4 Videos and More Weight Configs

Posted by Cinevate (Creator)

For those of you who have yet to receive your Morpheus Stabilizer, I wanted to let you know that we're expecting another 300 Morpheus units early next week. If that shipment arrives on time, we'll have those units all packed up and shipped out by the end of next week :)

I've been busy updating the page with various materials. As I mentioned in the previous update, all the instructional videos are now available on the page. I've also gone ahead and included them at the bottom of this post.

We just got our hands on an iPhone 6 Plus, and of course balanced it on Morpheus and added the weight configuration to the Morpheus Stabilizer Weight Guide. We'll be sharing footage from the iPhone 6 Plus on Morpheus next week.

The iPhone 6 Plus on the Morpheus Stabilizer
The iPhone 6 Plus on the Morpheus Stabilizer

During a Skype call between Dennis and Kickstarter backer, Kempton Lam, Dennis and Kempton configured Kempton's Samsung Galaxy Nexus I9250 to work on Morpheus. A special thank you to Kempton for taking the time to chat with us. We really appreciate all the constructive feedback you've provided us Kempton :) I've also added the Samsung Galaxy Nexus weight config to the Morpheus Stabilizer Weight Guide.

Stay tuned for more!

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    1. Cinevate Creator on

      Kempton, I'll be sure to pass along your additional feedback to Dennis

      Have a great Thanksgiving as well :)


    2. Kempton Lam on

      Dennis, Just want to leave a quick comment thanking your great help yesterday in balancing my unit for my Galaxy Nexus via Skype! To be absolutely honest, if I were given another smart phone to try to balance, I think I am still not 100% sure in using the "drop test" to balance it. Even I heard clearly the 30degree drop and take 1sec to the bottom, it seems "hard". May be a few videos showing non-expert, trying to balance it. Showing the mistakes clearly and how to correct them, may be just as important to see what are right (as we can see already in the videos).
      As a first time stabilizer user, I will need some practices to get useable footage as my stabilized footage is still quite wobbly. I love to be able to hold Morpheus by the handle and it gives me a firm grip holding my smart phone.
      Have a great Thanksgiving everyone at Cinevate and fellow project backers!