DSLR Gimbal stabilizers get affordable with SK-SW

The Video stabilizer is a DSLR stabilizer that carries 2.5 kg worth of camera gear for four hours Video stabilizer full package includes the gimbal, hand grip, three batteries, battery charger
  DSLR Gimbal stabilizers get affordable with the Video stabilizer
 
  The Video stabilizer is a DSLR stabilizer that carries 2.5 kg worth of camera gear for four hours Video stabilizer full package includes the gimbal, hand grip, three batteries, battery charger, dual handle set, lens support, control cables for Canon, Sony and Panasonic cameras and a carry case Video stabilizer, with the twin handle kit and the optional extra thumb controller Video stabilizer: how are you supposed to frame your shot when the screen is blocked?
 
  Just three years ago, DJI Innovations released the Ronin, a hand-held gimbal stabilizer that those of us without movie-studio budgets could stick a decent sized camera on and get Steadicam-style smooth footage without the six-figure Steadicam price tag.
 
  You can also get gadgets like the DJI Osmo, with a built in small-sensor 4K camera for $539, or any number of sub-$200 gimbal handles you can stick a GoPro or smartphone onto for the same smooth motion effect.Carbon Fiber Stabilizer SK-SW Pro 1 is a compact and portable hand-held stabilizer designed for use with DSLRs or small camcorders weighing up to 2.5KG. It features carbon fiber and Aluminum construction, quick release plate, back-forth adjustment, left-right adjustment, up-down adjustment, foldable legs, removable counter weights,scale marks etc. With foldable feet and triangular fixed plate design at the bottom
 
  There unit features a thumb grip with buttons to move the gimbal up, down, left and right, as well as locking or engaging yaw or tilt-yaw follow modes, re-centering the camera or spinning it around into selfie mode. You also get a single press start/stop recording button on the handle, which communicates with a range of Canon, Sony and Panasonic DSLRs and Micro Four Thirds cameras.
 
  The bottom of the handle is a tripod mount, so you can sit the thing still, and then dial in via Bluetooth on your smartphone to generate super-slow movements for timelapse shots that pan or tilt consistently over the course of several minutes
 
  If there's one glaring fault with the design, it's that the rear screen appears to be totally blocked by the gimbal when it's in use, so we're not sure how you're supposed to frame your shots. It won't be a problem for cameras with fold-out rear screens, but there are plenty without these, so it seems many people will have to shoot blind.
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