Introduction of the Gremsy MIO for Professional Drone functions

The new Gremsy Mio is a lightweight, compact 3-axis gimbal that can be integrated into professional drone systems.

Gremsy is a leading provider of professional gimbals for the commercial drone industry. The Gremsy Mio is the next generation of 3-axis compact camera stabilizers that offer robust performance for professional applications and offer the best weight-to-payload ratio.

What’s new on the Gremsy Mio?

The professional 3-axis Mio Dwarf offers advanced features to adapt to your missions and offers world-class reliability and stability in a variety of challenging weather conditions. The Mio is the smallest and lightest Gremsy gimbal that offers motorized 3-axis stabilization in a small form factor. Mio was designed with flexibility in mind and weighs only 250g: roughly half the weight of Pixy U thanks to the removal of the top bar on the tilt axis.

The quick release from Mio has also been redesigned: with the power connector, the HDMI connector and the 20-pin single-pin connector for AUX, COM, CAN, SBUS or PPM connections via the MTX hub. Mio allows up to 8 signals via the AUX connection for connection with other devices, e.g. B. AV signals or camera triggers.


Weight 250 g
payload 400 g
Dimension (DxWxH) 120 x 99 x 175 mm
Camera cage (DxWxH) 43 x 85 x 70 mm
connection USB 2.0, CAN, UART, S-Bus, PPM, Bluetooth, Micro-HDMI
Gimbal mode Lock mode, tracking mode, association mode, inverted mode, front mode

Versatile payload options

Despite its small size, Mio offers versatile compatibility with a wide variety of payloads for industrial applications. The compact and lightweight design allows Mio to work with a variety of specialty cameras from 113g to 400g, including the Sony R10C Mapping sensor, the multispectral camera Micasense Rededge or the infrared camera Flir Vue Pro R for agricultural applications.

Extended camera mount

The new line of products from Gremsy offers a smart mounting solution for cameras without using the top bar. The camera can be held firmly by two contacts: the sliding tray and the side of the tilt motor. This makes the setup cleaner and still vibration-proof.

Flexible mounting options

Most gimbals are designed to be mounted on the bottom of the aircraft or installed upside down on top. With the Mio, however, you can capture different camera angles from any perspective with three different mounting options: bottom, top, and front mounting.

A ground mounted gimbal is a popular option for aerial missions such as mapping and surveying. This allows operators to collect images and data to map or survey the ground. Like Pixy U, Mio can be configured in bottom and upside-down modes to best achieve your goals.

In addition, Mio offers a new front mount option that can be used on small lift platforms such as multi-rotor drones, unmanned helicopters and other intelligent devices for inspection, surveying, surveillance and more. By mounting the front payload, pilots can improve visibility to identify obstacles and keep the aircraft safe while in flight.

With a host of new features, the Gremsy Mio is the next generation of professional gimbals: It offers the reliability and stability that commercial drone operators need in a small, lightweight package.

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