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PMG Multi-Rotors in the field:

Extensive time and effort has been invested into the research and development of each device we produce. From its earliest concept phase, PMG Multi-Rotors teamed up and collaborated with highly respected professionals in a wide variety of industries to develop a superior product. Take a look at the incredible and ever evolving work these individuals have been able to create with PMG Multirotors' cutting edge stabilization platforms.

Our Shared Events using TYTO-C for Nick Mack 2014

 New video from our friends at Our Shared Events showcasing heavy use of their TYTO-C hand-held camera stabilizer. So take a quick break from your busy work day and check out this rad short. Don’t you wish you were on the greens with these guys?

Paul Weir for CamelBak shot by Bryan Elliot using TYTO-C Hand Held stabilizer

 Bryan Elliot spends a day with professional Mountain biker Mark Weir, documenting what he does best as he blazes through some backwoods trails showcasing how he makes great use of his CamelBak gear on this edition of "Behind The Brand." This segment was shot in part using the TYTO-C hand held cinematic camera stabilizer. Take a look!

TYTO-C: Willis Kimbel for REV’D. Shot & Directed by Russell Houghten

Russell Houghten just filmed and directed a beautiful segment for REVD capturing WillIs Kimbel hiking, fishing and skateboarding all through the Eastern Sierra’s and brought his TYTOC gimbal along for the ride! This edit is amazing! take a look.
Willis Kimbel….REVD Skate Camp

Ted Newsome uses TYTO-C for a recent RedBull shoot staring team rider TJ Rogers

Our friends and video partner Ted Newsome recently shot a retrospective of RedBull skateboarding team rider TJ Rogers documenting his “Road to Victory” during a recent Triple set contest sponsored by Redbull located at the iconic NorthPark Theatre in San Diego California.  Our TYTO-C was used heavily in this shoot so have a look and notice the seamless perspectives in certain parts of the edit!  Congradulations go out to TJ Rogers for the win, RedBull for putting together such an amazing contest and Ted Newsome for always doing amazing camera work!


DC X FTC collaboration colorway commercial was shot almost entirely on our TYTOC handheld camera stabilizer with a GH4 by our video partner Massimo Legittimo capturing Carlos Iqui shredding the streets of #SF #CA

Massimo Legittimo Tyto-C test: Downtown LA

Massimo Legittimo takes his Tyto-C for a test drive on the streets of downtown LA showcasing the city in a gritty, raw format. Shot on Panasonic Lumix GH4.

Parker Millsap- Truck Stop Gospel

Our video partner Ted Newsome co-directed the new music video for Parker Millsap - “Truck Stop Gospel” with Matt Bizer where in Ted used our # TYTOC cinematic camera #stabilizer heavily. Look out for the opening aerial shot of the Semi Truck driving down the road, captured by our in-house DP Connor Wyse. Special camera assistance was also given by our friend Mike Manzoori on this project. The song is rad and so is the video, Great work guys! Produced by @robotfondue for @thirtytigers.


Professional skateboard filmmaker Massimo Legittimo spent an hour with DC Shoes' European rider Carlos Iqui at Long Beach's Cherry Skatepark testing out the new TYTOC 3 axis cinematic camera stabilizer holding a Panasonic Lumix GH4, and this is what they came back with. Enjoy!

Street Trucks Magazine: Lime Crush shoot w/ TYTO-C

"Jeff's Panhead" By Scott Pommier shot on TYTO for Ripper Magazine

"Panhead" Behind the scenes w/ Scott Pommier

An Afternoon on Moonlight Beach w/ TYTO-C

Street Trucks Magazine: Gibson Performance Exhaust

shot w/ TYTO-C

TYTO Demo Reel with Anakt

Patrick Park "Let's Go" directed by Ted Newsome

PMG Multirotors TYTO at CineGear 2014

RECON Ready for Use

A Day at Del's with Street Trucks Magazine using TYTO-C

TYTO Testimonial from Anakt

Anakt shooting with TYTO

TYTO Cinematic Camera Stabilizer Test: Following Katie

TYTO in action with a quick field test using a SONY FS-700