Unboxing and review of the “Smoovie Plus” gimbal video stabiliser for iPhone and GoPro, from Kickstarter – and my Tutorial on how to properly balance it to get stable videos.
iPhone Gimbal Video Stabilizers on Amazon US: http://amzn.to/2cc7iwf and UK: http://amzn.to/2bBqE2g (More countries down below)
There are a huge variety of Video Stabilizers for smartphones available now – from very simple to very sophisticated ones using gyroscopes and servos to keep your phone or camera steady:
iPhone/Android Gimbal Video Stabilizers
– http://amzn.to/2cc7iwf (Amazon USA)
– http://amzn.to/2bBqE2g (Amazon UK)
– http://amzn.to/2bVBPzC (Amazon DE)
– http://amzn.to/2bRZzqL (Amazon ES)
– http://amzn.to/2bC8cQL (Amazon FR)
– http://amzn.to/2bRYQ90 (Amazon IT)
Neewer 24″/60cm Handheld Stabilizer for DSLR and Video Cameras up to 6lbs/2.7kg (the big stabilizer for big cameras I am using):
– http://amzn.to/2bAubLq (Amazon USA)
– http://amzn.to/2bzurwY (Amazon UK)
– http://amzn.to/2c6WQ8L (Amazon DE)
– http://amzn.to/2bzuNnm (Amazon ES)
– http://amzn.to/2bzuzN5 (Amazon FR)
– http://amzn.to/2bHl1eX (Amazon IT)
Smoovie on Kickstarter:
Smoovie on Indiegogo: (where you can buy it)
To use the Smoovie with a GoPro, you will need a GoPro case with accessory to standard tripod mount. I don’t have a GoPro myself – so I have no idea how well balanced it gets in practice. If you made a nice “Smoovie with GoPro” video tutorial, let me know so I can put a link here in the description.
Bottom line: #Smoovie is a good starting point as a first video stabilizer for creative people filming with smartphones.