expired 25% off ZHIYUN Crane V2 Handheld Stabilizer for DSLR and Mirrorless $435 + Free Shipping @ ZHIYUN Amazon AU


I just got notified of a good discount on the Zhiyun Crane V2 via Amazon AU, as this notification has come from a brand rep I have ticked the associated box. Its a solid 25% off so I am happy to post this, and for $435 it is cheaper than what I have found from other venues. If you shoot video with a mirrorless or a DSLR this unit is perfect for keeping all the footage stable.

For those who want a more information (including tech specs), this it the Zhiyun page on the product.


**********From the deal notification*************

CRANE, your camera CREW in one
Crane is primarily designed for mirrorless cameras, such as the Sony a7S and Panasonic GH4, ideal for low-cost individual filming applications, from micro films, wedding videos to travel films, and so on. Supporting 360° unlimited rotation along the 3 axes with perfect stabilising performance, it empowers you to shoot steady and smooth streams EASILY and ALONE with all imaginable angles of view, while realizing the perfection that was once only possible by a whole camera crew.
Link : www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07F86MPH1
Amazon Price : 579 AUD
Realized price:435 AUD
Percent off:25
Claim Code:T5VDLFAO
Start Date:08/07/2019 12:01 AM AEST
End Date:12/07/2019 11:59 PM AEST

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  • +1 vote

    1.79KG max load and you claim it's good for DSLRs? Hmm…

    • +2 votes

      Plenty of margin for majority of APS-C DSLR/lens combinations, that this unit is targeted at. Even with a 5DIV (~900gm) or D850 (~915gm) series camera you still have enough weight allowance to comfortably hold another 700gm without hitting the max load weight.

      Also keep in mind that most people who shoot video are using primes which also tend to be lighter than professional zooms.

      If you need to stabilise a heavier set up then maybe the Crane 3 Lab would be a better choice (Max load 4.5kg)

  • +1 vote

    Is this better than my selfie stick?

  • +1 vote

    For anyone that have this gimbal, is it pushing it for a a7ii and 16-35 wide lens? Looking for a gimbal for a wedding shoot 🙂


      At this price i would recommend the Feiyu AK2000 - I have one and it's meant to hold up to 2.8kg. I use it with an a7r2 with a variety of lenses for weddings and other videos and its been great!


      For your shotgun wedding, we have used the same setup on both the Crane v2 Plus and the AK2000 rigs, can say that either is good (the v2 without the plus is pushing it).

      The App for the Crane v2+ was a PIA but I hear it's improved lately, the AK2000 from the December firmware has some improvements.


    I'm planning to use this with a canon 80D and Sigma 18-35 f1.8 they have a combined weight of 1540g

    Does anyone have experience with setups similar to this??


    Can i use this with Nikon D3500 with AF-P 18-55 VR Single Lens?

  • +1 vote

    Good price. I sold this used for more than this when I swapped to the weebill lab

    Now in thinking if I should go back to this as the weebill isn't as stable as I would like…


      How bad is the stabilisation on the weebill? I'm still using crane v2 for my travels, looking at weebill to make my setup smaller(less noticeable), been waiting for stabilisation issues to be resolved before I pull the trigger.

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