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FEIYUTECH SCORP 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer User Guide

FEIYUTECH SCORP 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer

Overview

  1. Lens holder
  2. Quick release plate
  3. Camera backing base
  4. Slide arm
  5. Tilt axis
  6. Cross arm
  7. Roll axis
  8. Touch screen
  9. Shutter button
  10. Mode button
  11. Joystick
  12. F1 button
  13. Versatile arm
  14. Kickstand
  15. Handle
  16. FPV button
  17. Knob function switching button
  18. Multifunction knob
  19. Fixed plate slider
  20. Slider lock
  21. Vertical arm
  22. Roll lock
  23. Quick release plate safety lock
  24. Slide arm lock screw
  25. A/B button
  26. Trigger button
  27. Power button
  28. Pan axis
  29. F2 button
  30. Tilt axis

User manual
Scan the QR code to get the latest user manual or download it from the official website.
https://www.feiyu-tech.com/feiyu-scorp/

Download the App
Scan the QR code to download the app, or search for “Feiyu SCORP” in the App Store or Google Play.
* Requires iOS 9.0 or above, Android 6.0 or above.

Getting started

Charging

Please fully charge the battery before power on the gimbal for the first time. Charging with USB 2.0 to Type-C cable, supports quick charge.

Adjust the gimbal position to gimbal balancing position
The gimbal is folded by default, please unlock all the three axes and adjust the gimbal position to gimbal balancing position, and then lock the three axes.

Mounting the Camera
Before mounting the camera, make sure the camera is ready for shooting (Install the camera lens, and the lens cover should be removed, the memory card and battery needs to be inserted to the camera, and battery is fully charged) , complete all the steps which mentioned in chapter “2. Getting started” and the gimbal is adjusted to gimbal balancing position. Make sure the gimbal is powered off or in sleep mode before mounting the camera.

Attach the quick release plate and camera backing base(Optional)


Attach the quick release plate to camera by tightening the screw.
User can choose to attach the camera backing base according to need ( For example, when using a long or heavy lens). Attach the camera backing base to camera, then attach it to quick release plate by tightening 2 screws.

 Install lens holder (Optional)
Install the lens holder on the quick release plate as needed, the rubber of the lens holder must be directly under the leans. It is recommended to use the lens holder when using a long or heavy lens.

Mount camera on gimbal
Unlock the quick release plate safety lock ① , push the plate with the mounted camera into the slot ② in direction of arrow, lock the safety lock ① once the camera is roughly balanced. It is recommended to push the camera against the tilt axis. Unlock the slider lock ③ to move the camera left or right according camera’s width, then lock the slider lock ③ .

Gimbal Balancing
Please balance the gimbal before shooting. Make sure the camera and lens are ready for shooting, and the gimbal is powered off or in sleep mode before balancing. It is recommended to hold up the camera first, then move the slide arm, cross arm and vertical arm.

Balancing the tilt axis

Balancing the vertical tilt

  • Unlock the tilt lock ① , and loosen the slide arm lock knob ② .
  • Rotate the tilt axis so that the camera lens is pointing upward. Check the direction which the lens tilt to.
  • If the lens is tilt to one side, then the camera is that side heavy, move the slide arm ③ to the opposite direction, until the camera is steady pointing upward.
  • Tighten the slide arm lock knob ② while holding the camera.

Adjust depth for the tilt axis

  • Rotate the tilt axis so that the camera lens is pointing forward. Check the direction which the lens tilt to.
  • If the lens is tilt to one side, then the camera is that side heavy, unlock the quick release plate safety lock ① and the move the quick release plate to the opposite direction, until the camera is steady pointing forward.
  • Lock the quick release plate safety lock ① while holding the camera. The tilt axis is balanced when the camera is steady while tilted up or down by 45° .

Balancing the roll axis

  • Unlock the roll lock ① , check the direction which the lens tilt to.
  • If the lens is tilt to one side, then the camera is that side heavy, loosen the cross arm lock knob ② and the move the cross arm to the opposite direction, until the camera can stay still and horizontal to the ground.
  • Tighten the cross arm lock knob ② .The roll axis is balanced when the camera can stay still and horizontal to the ground.

Balancing the pan axis

  • Unlock the pan lock ① . Hold the tripod, and tilt the gimbal forward until it is horizontal to the ground.
  • If the lens is tilt to one side, then the camera is that side heavy, loosen the vertical arm lock knob ② and move the vertical arm ③ to the opposite direction, until the camera can stay still and horizontal to the ground.
  • Tighten the vertical arm lock knob ② .The pan axis is balanced when the camera can stay still and horizontal to the ground.
Operation

Power ON/ OFF
Before power on the gimbal, make sure you have a balanced gimbal, and unlocked all three axes. If you haven’t unlocked all the 3 axes, the gimbal will enter sleep mode to protect itself. Please single tap power button to wake up gimbal after unlocked all the 3 axes. Long press the power button and release it when you hear the beep sound to power on/ off.

Button operation

Power button
Long press: Power on/off Single tap: Wake up
Double-tap: Enter sleep mode

Mode button

Single tap: Pan follow/Lock mode (Switch in turn) Double-tap: PTF Triple tap: FPV

Trigger button

  • Double-tap: Recenter Triple tap: Enter/Exit selfie mode
  • (Pan axis turn 180° )
  • Press and hold PTF (Release to exit) You can custom the function via APP

Shutter button*

  • Press half way: Focus
  • Single tap (Fully): Start/stop recording
  • Long press (Fully): Take photo

F1 button

  • Single tap: Enter/Exit portrait
  • mode (Default function)
  • You can custom the function

A/B button

  • Long press: Mark the current position as A/B
  • Single tap: Return to the position A/B that you have marked

FPV button
Single tap: Enter/Exit FPV mode

F2 button

  • Single tap: Lock/Unlock the
  • streen (Default function)
  • You can custom the function

Multifunction knob
Turn: Control the movement of the roll, tilt and pan axes, or control focus/zoom, or adjust the parameter in the touch screen

Knob function switching button
Long press: Switch the control options of the Multifunction knob in turn (The movement of the 3 axes/Electronic focus/Focus motor)
Single tap: Switch the control object while controlling the movement of the 3 axes (Tilt/Pan/Roll)

*Need to connect with camera. Refer to the camera compatibility list on https://www.feiyu-tech.com/feiyu-scorp/
More button function introductions please refer to the user manual.

Touch screen operation

Motor power
Use auto tune to adjust the motor power automatically, or adjust motor power for each axis manually.

Follow speed
User can select different gimbal follow speed profiles, or custom follow speed.

Follow mode
Select gimbal follow mode

PF: Pan follow, only the pan axis follows the movement of user’s hand.
PTF: Pan and tilt follow, where both the pan and tilt axes follow the movement of user’s hand, but roll axis does not.
FPV: Pan, tilt and roll follow, where all 3 axes follow the movement of user’s hand.
Lock: All 3 axes do not follow the movement of user’s hand, gimbal keeps the direction of the camera fixed.

Scenario

Select usage scenario.

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Specification

  • Product name Feiyu SCORP 3-Axis Camera Handheld Stabilizer
  • Product model Feiyu F2
  • Max. Tilt Range + 120° ~ -201°
  • Max. Roll Range 215° ~ -106°
  • Max. Pan Range 360°
  • Weight About 1200g
  • Payload Capability About 2500g (Well-balanced)
  • Battery life 13 Hours
  • Battery 2500mAh
  • Operating Voltage 6.8V-8.4V
  • Compatible Cameras
    Sony, Canon, Nikon, Panasonic camera etc ( Please download the detailed manual for the specific compatible camera and lens )

Accessories

Documents / Resources

FEIYUTECH SCORP 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer [pdf] User Guide
SCORP 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer, SCORP, 3-Axis, Gimbal Stabilizer
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