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By Tim Kirchner

autoLUUV in endurance test


Dear Companists,

Last week, we at LUUV put the first fully functioning prototype of our electric stabilizer module autoLUUV through a comprehensive endurance test. During the process, we were able gather a lot of information for the next development step and film wonderful video footage.

So, lean back and enjoy the completely shake-free descent in Mayrhofen, Austria:



New product testimonial

In addition, another one of our Kickstarter supporters decided to pay us a visit. Steffen, a passionate photographer and videographer from Munich, came all the way to Berlin just to experience the high quality of our products. We made a short video about his visit and his enthusiastic reaction to the first shots:



If you are interested in personally trying out our products and meeting our team (or know someone else who might be), please email We are also always happy to hear your ideas for exciting film projects.


LUUV makes video at betahaus Play Day

As part of one of these tests, we filmed a short image movie with Kidsfaces, a non-profit association in Berlin, for the betahaus Play Day a few months ago. The betahaus Play Day is intended for children from refugee families and centers around playing games, having fun and learning:



We will be in touch next week with news from the Mojocon in Dublin. Mojocon is a trade show for mobile journalism and attracts 500 film and television journalists from all over the world. In the context of the trade show, we will present our electronic stabilization solution for 360° cameras for the first time.


Best regards, teamLUUV!


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