Snoppa ATOM is the World’s Smallest Gimbal

    Snoppa Technology, a company dedicated to making intelligent hardware and software, has just unveiled the ATOM.

    The ATOM is touted the world’s smallest gimbal, weighing 310g and flaunting a foldable form factor that makes it easy to stow in a small bag. It is made of durable American nylon and could fit smartphones of various sizes.

    This handheld stabilizer has an unconventional motor arm structure, and with its inclined arm design, shooting shake-free videos is a non-hassle.                              

    Two built-in 2000 mAh 26350 batteries power the ATOM for up to 24 hours. It also comes with an inbuilt QI wireless module for wireless charging support, and a type-C port for quick top ups.

    For shooting ease, users could control the joystick, zoom slider, portrait and landscape switch, trigger, and the record/stop buttons with just one hand. The ATOM also has two customizable buttons which could be assigned a function the user prefers.

    The gimbal also features a microphone port for third-party mics and works with the Snoppa app to give content creators various modes such as motion, static time lapse, long exposure, auto panorama, slow motion, face tracking and more.

    The ATOM is available in colors mystery black and sakura pink. For more information, check Snoppa’s indiegogo page:

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