Anyone who’s serious about shooting a video knows they need a stabiliser to get professional-looking footage. Unfortunately, most stabilisers require a lot of experience to operate properly.
That’s where the Supraflux Video Camera Stabilizer aims to come in.
It combines many of the essential features of a professional-level camera stabiliser, such as frictionless ball bearings and precision-machined construction.
This results in a stabiliser that provides exceptionally smooth footage. The new Brake camera control system ensures such smooth footage can be achieved even during turns.
The electronic system is a patent-pending device, which works by locking the pan axis at the touch of a button while maintaining the camera balance.
The Stabilizer has already smashed its funding goal on Kickstarter, raising more than $85,000, suggesting this sort of device is in high demand.