Michael Lewis, an engineer at Gyro-Stabilized Systems, installs a video camera into a gimbal for a news helicopter on Wednesday, June 1, in Nevada City. GSS builds gimbals that house cameras and stabilizing equipment for motion picture filming, news helicopters and television.
Michael Lewis, an engineer at Gyro-Stabilized Systems, installs a video camera into a gimbal for a news helicopter on Wednesday, June 1, in Nevada City. GSS builds gimbals that house cameras and stabilizing equipment for motion picture filming, news helicopters and television. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Michael Lewis, an engineer at Gyro-Stabilized Systems, installs a video camera into a gimbal for a news helicopter on Wednesday, June 1, in Nevada City. GSS builds gimbals that house cameras and stabilizing equipment for motion picture filming, news helicopters and television. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
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