Rated 4 out of
Decent little stabilizerWorks well with lightweight cameras with the single weight (I have it on a gopro w/ waterproof housing)
Comes with 2 weights which can be screwed on so it CAN handle heavier cameras
Had no problems setting it up and balancing it, but once it is balanced it has a tendency to pivot (like any similar stabilizer). So you do need to coax it back into position every so often.
There are plenty of youtube videos on how to set one up if you are unsure.
Date published: 2018-01-30
Rated 1 out of
Seems to suck.The "instructions" just label features but don't explain how to use it. Several of us have tried to make it work but it totally sways. I even had a 14-year-old try to figure it out. Could find no online reviews/instructions. Basically no improvement on hand-held video.
Will be curious to see what store says when my sister returns it.
Yes and No. The maximum load this device can take is 3 pounds. It will support the camera and a small lens. Any other lenses will not allow proper functioning of the stabilizer.
The CAMERON VS700 PRO STABILIZER W/MONOPOD Web Code: 595RES225 would be a better choice