Walkera G-3D 3-Axis Brushless Gimbal (iLook & GoPro Hero 3)

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Low Price: $185.99
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This is the Walkera G-3D 3-Axis Brushless Gimbal. The professional G-3D 3-Axis gimbal system from Walkera is designed for use with the iLook, iLook+ and GoPro Hero 3 series of cameras. The gimbal is designed lightweight and features high precision functionality equally excellent stability and recording smoothness. With it's easy programming updates and specially designed brushless motors, the G-3D offers a solid solution for photography and videography needs.

Smart Design
Aluminum construction features high precision and lightweight accuracy control of pitch and roll ranges. Pitch control range: -130 ~ 90C. Roll Control Range: -45 ~ 45.

Brushless Motor Control
Brushless motor are designed specially for the G-3D. With the latest attitude control system, the gimbal corrects quickly for stable recordings. 

Upgrade Online
Stay up to date! Supports free online programming upgrading to make sure you're always flying with the best software available. 


  • Supports iLook, iLook+, GoPro series camera with video auxiliary output
  • Supports power supply voltage compensation
  • Supports the motor drive short circuit protection
  • Supports initial custom tilt and roll angles
  • Supports stick position mode and rate mode
  • Supports regular receiver

Operating Voltage:
DC 7.4V -28V (recommended 12V, 3S LiPo Battery)
Operating Current: 500mA - 600mA (depends on the voltage supplied and motor power)
Operating Temperature: -15C - 65C
Sensor: 3-Axis MEMS gyro and 3-Axis MEMS accelerometer
Control Accuracy: 0.02
Angle Control Range: -135 - 90 (tilt), -45 - 45 (roll)
Applicable Camera: iLook, iLook+, GoPro series
Size: 114.3x97.5x106.6mm
Weight: 188g (without camera)

Note: The controller program can be upgraded on the Walkera website but the UP02 adapter is required.

This product was added to our catalog on July 31, 2014