It’s safe to say that personal POV action cameras like the GoPro have changed the way we document our vacations and active weekends. And based on the most recent models and the attachments for these tiny cameras, there’s no end in sight. One issue that strangely hasn’t been fully addressed over the years though is our tendency of producing over shaky videos that watch more like The Blair Witch Project than our latest hike in Zion National Forest. Luckily, the STABYLIZR is here to change that.
The product, that has already surpassed it’s Kickstarter goal, makes smooth videos with an innovative steady cam, housing your GoPro within a waterproof gimbal. As a stabilization system, it dampens and minimizes your body movements, thus preventing them from transferring to your action camera. The result? Smooth, steady footage without the need for postproduction software editing, saving you both time and money in the long run. Its design allows users to use it as a tripod on rough surfaces, trees, handrails and practically anywhere. On-the-go? No problem, the STABYLIZR features a soft yet durable grip that even floats in the water. Check out their Kickstarter page for more info. Prices start around $100. [Purchase]