Although the GoPro has grown significantly in popularity over the past few years, the makers still aren’t able to make it a flawless device, with one of its biggest flaws being the choppy video that is a result of an unstable placement when recording. The Aeon GoPro Stabilizer sets out to change that.
It uses a three axis accelerometer that takes over 1,000 measurements per second, working together with a Cortex CPU and three brushless motors to provide a virtually shake-free video. The device also contains an LCD screen for help framing your shot, a joystick to control the pan and tilt of the camera, and a GoPro accessory mount. Combine that all into a device with an ergonomic grip, and you’ve got a GoPro accessory that’s worth the price of entry. It’s available now for early backers on Indiegogo for $300. [Purchase]