An elegant tool for
The BeeWorks 5 is a camera stabilization and control system that allows you to get dynamic and steady shots from new perspectives. The compact and lightweight design is perfect for handheld shots, but it also can be mounted and controlled remotely with a novel control system we call Kinetic Remote. Designed and made in Seattle.
A remote control
designed for artists.
The Kinetic Remote uses position sensors to track your movements and transmits them to the stabilizer, which matches your movements. It enables you to frame shots as if you are holding the camera in your hands - no special skills required.
The interface is simple. Hold down a button when you want the camera to match your moves. Use the sensitivity knob to change the "feel" of the camera. Twist it to the right, and the camera feels lightweight and responsive. Twist it to the left, and the camera responds more slowly, as if it is a heavier camera — perfect for those epic, slow moving shots.
Your first choice for
The proving ground for any piece of video gear is on-location shooting. Which gear will you bring when time and space are in short supply?
The BeeWorks 5 case meets the FAA’s definition of a carry-on, and it easily fits in the overhead compartment. Everything you need to get started filming fits in the case, including the stand and Kinetic Remote. It takes less than five minutes and no tools to unpack and start shooting.
Weighing in at under four pounds, it is one of the lightest stabilizers in its class.
The Swiss Army knife
of camera control.
Whether you are using it handheld or controlling it on its stand via the Kinetic Remote, the BeeWorks 5 can be used in many useful configurations. The flexible design makes it possible to mount the camera in unique locations, like the hood of a car, on a table or window, or on a lighting stand.
A stabilizer that
works with you.
The BeeWorks user experience is carefully designed so that you will never miss a shot. Quick calibration, internal cabling, tool-less balancing, and mode indicators are features you will appreciate in the field.