Syrp has announced the Genie Mini II, an update to its motion controller for timelapse which adds WiFi connectivity.
As well as WiFi, the Genie Mini II adds a USB-C port (replacing a micro USB port) and Bluetooth 4.2.
Promising a faster connection, Syrp says users can set the Genie Mini II to 10 keyframes (as opposed to five on the Genie Mini) and five rose of multi-row panorama (as opposed to two).
Multi-row panorama is the Genie Mini II’s mode that allows users to create high-res gigapixel and 360 VR images.
The Syrp Genie Mini II can support a payload of up to 4kgs for panning and 3kg for tilting.