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AutoSteady: A 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer for Phones and GoPros

Gimbal stabilizers can be used to help produce smooth, high-quality video. However, inexpensive gimbals typically use heavy counterweights for stabilization, making them difficult to carry around, while more expensive models utilize precision electronics. A happy medium may soon be on the market; the California-based company, Neuvison, has announced their Kickstarter for the AutoSteady, an affordable electronic 3-axis gimbal stabilizer.

Kumbacam: One-Handed, 3-Axis Stabilization Gimbals for GoPros and Smartphones

Small cameras are becoming more powerful with each iteration, but as powerful as they are, the lack of any quality stabilization options means shaky, unprofessional looking footage no matter what resolution you're shooting at.

Here to hopefully solve this issue is Kumbacam: a Florida-based imaging company that has a lineup of one-handed gimbals specifically designed for GoPro and smartphone cameras.

First Ever Five-Axis Stabilizer Promises to Deliver Rock-Steady Video

Certain indie filmmakers may be all in love with shaky-cam production values, but for the rest of us, nausea still isn't terribly valued as a special effect. So huzzah to the ShadowCam S-5, an upcoming stabilizer for DSLRs and pro series cinema cameras (Red Epic, Canon C models, etc.) that promises to dampen motion like no other stabilizer.

Video Demonstrates the Stabilization Magic of a Brushless Gimbal Rig

If you've never seen a 3-axis brushless motor gimbal in action, this video might seem out of this world... or fake. But it's not fake, just the magic of advanced camera stabilization technology that'll cost you several thousand dollars to wield for yourself (unless, of course, you have the engineering know-how to build one yourself).