well what’s up everybody this is jason with MDI and today we got a really fun review for you this is the self matching mini scooter now it’s kind of like a Segway and where you have to kind of step onto it balanced and then you can move forward and backwards depending on how you’re list but it’s a little bit different because you don’t actually have the bar now this thing doesn’t go as fast as a Segway but it goes to about 6 miles per hour which is abundance fastest and most you can get about 10 miles before you run out of batteries now to charge this thing it’s actually not abysmally bad you plug it in for about 60 minutes to 90 instants and you should have a full accuse now to operate this self-balancing mating scooter it’s actually quite simple you either tilt your toes forwards or tilt your toes back to go forward and backwards now if you want to turn to the left you’re gonna have to use your inverse hoof and you press down on your right toe to go left or you press down on your left toe to go right now it does take a little practice so we suggest that you go to either near a wall or some kind of pull that sticks out and at least get on to it to get on and off it’s actually quite simple try not to keep your foot on it for too long you don’t want to time that because otherwise you might accidentally let it go and you’ll fall off so I’m on it right now to get off simply you precisely step off to get on same thing precisely keep prevents keep calm and simply step on to it find your match all right some more further tips in terms of how to operate is don’t lock your kneecaps if you lock your kneecaps it’s going to be a little hard to start in the beginning so in the beginning just deform your knees and feel how you can move back and forward and then once you get more pattern you can you know do crazy things then why are we roused about this well for filmmakers we’re always trying to get some delightful cinematic moving shots and usually if the camera is moving it could get kind of wobbly depending on what kind of system you’re using now handheld is plainly the most faltering of them all with Bourne Identity and such but we have a couple things to combat the camera shakes and usually you could either use a Steadicam or you can use one of these mini gimbals here or you could use a full-sized gimbal which is to handle like much heavier cameras so what we’re gonna do is we’re gonna test to see how smooth footage we can get when we’re simply wheeling handheld when we’re employ a lighter class gimbal like the K mini – to likewise exerting the heavy class of the Millat gimbal so without further ado here are the test footages alright so right now I have two actors with me and basically what I’m gonna do is I’m gonna do my best to follow them with this K mini – alright so here “theres going” persona stabilization a little hard because as our the uneven ground nature some of my weight is offset which doesn’t allow the scooter to go straight so as “youre seeing” we think this is really awesome because if you have a gimbal and you require some neat smooth long moving shots it will be no problem and “weve tried” it on two different surfaces “weve tried” it on a nice smooth tile flooring and then the rough asphalt on the outside and you can tell you pretty much can’t see it nonetheles on handheld unless you’re going for that specific examine you’re certainly going to get some ricochet whether your lenses persona stabilisation is on or off but the plus area is is that you can rack focus as you’re doing it handheld but other than that I would say if you already have a gimbal and you’d like to do a lot of smooth long moving shots then I would say definitely consider getting one of these self balancing mini scooters you oh hell speaking back lean back lean back lean back lean