There are 5 profiles pre-loaded onto your Helix when it is manufactured. You can switch profiles by clicking the Menu button a specific number of times. Here are the default profiles and corresponding clicks (Helix units running firmware 2.43b6 and above). 1 Click: Toggle Motors ON and OFF 2 Clicks: Profile 1 – Small Camera […]
Install the BaseCam GUI on your computer or install the Letus Helix app on your iOS device. Connect the Helix to your computer using USB or Bluetooth Balance your camera on the Helix Balancing a C100 on the Helix Jr. (video) Balancing the Helix Jr. with a DSLR camera (video) See Helix Jr. manual for tips on balancing that are applicable […]
Due to the nature of the slip ring connections used in the SDI pass-through, we do not recommend using the SDI pass-through as a recording source. We only recommend the SDI pass-through as a preview source, when doing 360 degree rolls with the Helix. We recommend connecting your recording sources directly to the camera.
A lens that changes length through the zoom range will change the front and back balance of the setup. However, the Helix’s stabilization motors can compensate for the weight shift. There would be no need to re-balance the Helix when changing your zoom range on most lenses. For example, the Canon 70-200mm f2.8 L series […]
The full-sized (5200 mAh) Helix Juice box will give similar runtimes to Anton Bauer batteries. The estimated runtime of the Juice Box is about 4 hours when powering just the Helix. When powering a camera in addition to the Helix, you can expect about 1 hour of runtime (based on the Red Epic in idle […]
What cameras can be used with the Standard Helix? The Helix can carry a wide range of cameras. Cameras tested so far include the following: Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera Canon EOS 1DC Canon EOS 5D Mark 2/3 Canon EOS C100 Canon EOS C300 Canon EOS C500 Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 RED Dragon RED Epic RED Scarlet […]