If you are in the market for a new camera stabiliser for either your DSLR camera or camcorder you might be interested in a new industrial styles device called the SteadyPro camera stabiliser designed by FrostByte Video.
The SteadyPro camera stabiliser has been specifically designed to help you create ultra smooth video footage at an affordable price, watch the promotional video created by its designers after the jump to learn more about its features.
The SteadyPro camera stabiliser project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. Its creators explain why their camera stabiliser is different to others on the market at the current time.
“Whether you are an indie film maker, a YouTube creator, or a parent trying to capture fantastic videos of your family, then you know the importance of steady, shake-free video. The SteadyPro is the stabilizer that you have been waiting for. Filming your scene while moving or following your target with just a handheld camera always results in shaky, jerky, and amateurish footage.
You never get those professional results that you want or that you are used to seeing in Hollywood movies or on TV. The SteadyPro can change all of that for you. While many stabilizers can solve the shaky, jerky video problem, none can do it quite like the SteadyPro. Today, you can buy stabilizers from two ends of the market: (1) cheap and junky, or (2) high-priced.
We designed the SteadyPro to break new ground and bring a quality product to the masses for a reasonable price, turning the stabilizer market upside down in a way that nobody else has done before.”
So if you think SteadyPro camera stabiliser is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help SteadyPro camera stabiliser become a reality.
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