The Tyler Gyrobot (Minigyro II)
Unlike the Minigyro, which is rented through our worldwide dealer locations, the Gyrobot can be purchased. It performs just as a Minigyro, stabilizing camera packages up to 30 pounds.
TYLER TSOP BENCHES
JETPACK AVIATION PRESENTS:
THE WORLD’S ONLY TRUE JETPACK: THE JB-9
Click Here to Watch: World's Only JetPack Flies in New York
Nelson is our chief designer and is the principal of Tyler Camera Systems in Van Nuys, California. He has been a successful and highly recognised inventor and product designer for over 55 years. His primary business is the design and manufacture of stabilized camera systems for helicopters. Nelson founded Tyler Camera Systems in 1964 and it has been operating from the same premises ever since, but has also been working on the first JetPack.
We believe a JetPack should be just that – a jet turbine powered backpack that is capable of vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL), is extremely light and small and can easily be carried around by the pilot. It should be powerful enough to lift the pilot quickly to thousands of feet above the ground but small enough to fit into the trunk of a car. Meet the JB-9 JetPack.
We’ve been test flying JB-9 for several years with awesome results. It is inherently stable but also capable of very dynamic maneuvers thanks to our approach to engine vectoring. Early testing of our next version, JB-10, indicates that it will achieve flights of over 10,000 feet altitude (not that many pilots will be needing to fly that high), at speeds greater than 100 mph and with an endurance of 10 minutes + (depending on pilot weight).
For Current updates visit --- JetPack Aviation
Tyler R-44 Framework Shown with a Cineflex Mounted
The Tyler R-44 Framework is designed
to handle camera or sensor packages
of up to 105 lbs.
- No Ship Modifactions
- Clamps quickly to Skid Gear
- No Counter Weight Required
- Mounts for either left or right side
Tyler Camera Systems has been providing the Motion Picture Industry for years with various stabilizing camera mounts. Most of them were manufactured to be used in helicopters to minimize the helicopter's vibrations. Thus, providing a steady and fluid image on the screen.
As of today, we have some smaller stabilization mounts, Minigyro and Gyrobot. These mounts house two,
K-8 Kenyon Gyros, and can be used on anything that moves.
Unlike a Steadicam or Glidecam, and even the Merlin Stabilizer, the Minigyro and Gyrobot offer's a solution for
different types of shooting platforms.
Now, a single mount can work from cars, motorcycles, trucks, boats, ATV's and of course helicopters. It also can be hand-held.
Budget conscious -- the Minigyro rents for as low as $400 USD a day plus batteries. Now that's sweet!
That's why they call them the small but mighty mounts!
With dealers conveniently located world-wide, theres no reason not to use a Tyler Mount!