Shooting video and uploading it to the Internet is an extremely easy thing to do. However, some videos are of much higher quality than others. This could be due to lighting, quality of the actual camera, or the steadiness of the shot.
No one wants to have to sit through a video of nothing but shaky footage. Normally the way to resolve this specific issue would be to get a stabilizer, but most of the time those are not only bulky, but very expense to boot. If you’re an amateur videographer, you likely don’t want to plunge lots of money on a piece of equipment that isnít even the camera. This is why the Picosteady looks to be a much cheaper, but equally as efficient option. It is a camera stabilizer that will work with everything from a smartphone to a DSLR, and everything in between. It will cost about $139 at the moment (will officially retail for $179), and has everything from the counterbalances to a high-grade aluminum frame.