Special discount has ended
Please note each user for only 1 item(s)
if the goods arrival in 90 days,we will inform you by email!
Error appeared,Please try again later!
Q & A
By Columb on May 5, 2018
Need antena make longer
By Aguswireless on May 2, 2018
No ! I tried that and now it doesn't work anymore, it's too heavy for this unit
By justin narron on March 29, 2018
The Zifon remote only controls the movement of the unit. Not sure what brand of camcorder you have, but I purchased a Canon Vixia camcorder with wifi that allows me to remotely operate the camcorder with my cellphone. I use the remote wifi in combination with the Zifon unit to remotely pan and tilt.
By Aubrey P. on March 2, 2018
Hi, the remote distance is about 15~20m (outdoors)
By Bob on February 25, 2018
Works beautifully I have two that I have to Sony camcorder his own way little bit more than that not sure the exact weight but is not issue at all
By Joel Barnes Indys Music on February 23, 2018
I use mine for videoing my daughter's club Volleyball matches. Based on a topical weekend, I will great a location, mount on my 9' light stand, extend, and then adjust my GoPro with the phone app and Zifon remote. I'll do this 12 - 18 times in a weekend on one charge. I have no idea how long with constant use. Hope th… see more I use mine for videoing my daughter's club Volleyball matches. Based on a topical weekend, I will great a location, mount on my 9' light stand, extend, and then adjust my GoPro with the phone app and Zifon remote. I'll do this 12 - 18 times in a weekend on one charge. I have no idea how long with constant use. Hope that helps. see less
By Matt on February 6, 2018
well,... i have a few weeks using it... i can say between 20 - 30 feet,... you have to fold up the antenna... one thing... the head tilt is weak,... or i do not reallized how to make it not move like is broken... (the cammera make the tilt move.... but in some point the heavy is going to front or back... the head do no… see more well,... i have a few weeks using it... i can say between 20 - 30 feet,... you have to fold up the antenna... one thing... the head tilt is weak,... or i do not reallized how to make it not move like is broken... (the cammera make the tilt move.... but in some point the heavy is going to front or back... the head do not control that breaking point... soo one part of the move you can not use that shoot because fall dawn a few degrees suddenly because the camera weight is not controlled 100 % for the head... see less
By omar cornelio on December 4, 2017
Micro-USB port is to charge the unit, USB b "socket" can be used to power a device, such as a small camera. Use any USB 5v charger to charge yt-260 but note with model we have we could NOT operate yt-260 while charging.
By M. R. Smith on September 10, 2017
Yes. There is a standard tripod mounting hole at the bottom of the unit.
By Soissa on August 27, 2017
に基づいて 19 お客様の評価
June 12, 2017
This is a good product at it's price point. It's important that you understand its limitations, and not set an expectation that you are NOT getting a professional pan/tilt head that can cost hundreds of US dollars more. In my case, I've used it with high tripod to film a ceremony on stage at a high school. In this case, the high tripod and this tilt head can be placed in a safe space, and with the remote control you can adjust the camera pan & tilt, and utilize the WIFI control on camcorder to record start/stop, and zoom, as needed. I was able to get an excellent filming of these type of event. For me at high zoom ratio, the pan/tilt head moved too quickly and doesn't have enough granular control of the tilt/pan speed through the remote control. This not the best, but it's understood, at this price point this pan/tilt head is more for making gross adjustments to keep your subject at or near the center of you camera/camcorder viewfinder. It's not a pan/tilt head for high zoom ratios, where you are trying to track action that might require the head move 90 degree or more (like a soccer game). In this case, you need to control the speed of the pan/tilt movement for which this device is very limited.
By M. R. Smith
May 26, 2017
We got this wireless pan/tilt unit to put a WiFi controllable Canon Elph in the back of a church during services and allow the sound operator to snap photos or record video during services. The mount is unbelievably quiet and smooth pan/tilt, though a good bit slower and lower weight capacity than the more popular Bescor MP-101. Even with the quirks below, we have found it reliable and easily setup. Pros: + smooth mechanical pan/tilt, though slow and single speed, see below for - + includes smartphone and GoPro accessory mounts + very small, far more inconspicuous with a small camera mounted than competition + included Li poly rechargeable battery, with LEDs to indicate on/off/charging state + USB port allows for attached device to be powered from internal USB Li poly battery + wireless remote includes very positive indication of up/down/left/right button push + 1/4-20 tripod mounting thread on bottom of unit & 1/4-20 bolt on top + camera + pan/tilt only weigh under 1lb, easily used with any lightweight tripod Cons: - lacks USB power cord, no big deal if you have a micro-USB charger or cable on hand - at low zoom the pan/tilt is OK, but at higher zoom (8x and above), the remote control is a bit coarse. OK for photos, not so great for video - can only handle 260grams total weight, just 9oz! - Li poly battery is NOT easily replaceable, but it is possible to desolder and replace - the unit we received DOES NOT RUN on external USB power, it will only charge from external power - very basic documentation doesn't include definition of LED states: red flashing = charging, solid red = charged, solid blue = active signal from remote with power switch on - wireless only operation, no option to connect wired control if preferred - relatively uncommon A23 battery for remote (only $2 or so apiece online) - when put back into it's foam in box, the power switch can easily be switched "On" - when the slip over plate is used to cover USB ports and power switch, the toggle switch is forced "On" We purchased a YT-260 from a different vendor here on Amazon who no longer sells the unit. Some accessories included may differ from vendor to vendor. Ours included a cloth bag for the accessories all in a well padded plain, unmarked cardboard box for storage.
April 30, 2017
I didn't get a recharger with the unit but as I said in my last review, I had a plug that worked with a recharge device I currently have. I used this this past weekend. It worked well. The operational range between the remote and the rotator is good. I was on the first level of a three story dwelling and it was on the third level and it responded to the remote. Will see how the battery life is soon. It seems a little flimsy, but I think it will hold up. It has Smart Phone and Go Pro mounts. It will hold a regular camera with a tripod fitting within the weight limit (such as a small DVR).
March 13, 2017
J'ai acheté cet objet pour construire une grue pour caméra. Il est simplement parfait pour mes besoins Points positifs : - La rotule fonctionne dans les deux sens (tête en bas) - La batterie tient relativement longtemps - La rotation s'effectue de manière parfaitement homogène, sans secousses - La rotule a l'air solide, en tout cas assez solide pour une action-cam type gopro Points négatifs : - La vitesse de rotation n'est pas réglable et est relativement faible - La rotule ne peut pas être utilisée pendant le rechargement ce qui ne permet pas une installation fixe. - Une application mobile aurait été plus pratique qu'une télécommande.
May 16, 2018
February 5, 2018
January 26, 2018
December 15, 2017
December 11, 2017
By Polo le Poulpe
December 6, 2017
By Aubrey P.
December 4, 2017
September 29, 2017
September 22, 2017
Is absolutely perfect for mounting my GoPro to - on top of my 10' tripod. I can make precise adjustment videoing my daughter's volleyball matches! Sure, it may not take a direct hit from a 50mph volleyball, but if I get one good club season of recruiting videos I'll be happy.
September 20, 2017
September 3, 2017
April 22, 2017
April 18, 2017
March 19, 2017
December 22, 2015