ABOUT BASSON STEADY CAMERA STABILIZERS
Who we are?
We are BASSON STEADY CAMERA STABILIZERS, manufacturers and designers of professional wearable camera stabilizer systems. The best shop online source for filmmakers worldwide looking for
the most advanced professional camera stabilizer systems. We bring to our customers the top technology in camera stabilization systems serving the community of motion picture and camera stabilization operators in five continents since1997
Basson Steady camera stabilizer
As a logical demand of the market looking for a professional camera stabilizer at a reasonable price,
in 1997 was found Basson Steady camera stabilizer in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Since then the company Basson Steady camera stabilizer has constantly improved on existing
methods and materials, at the same time Basson Steady camera stabilizer has developed new products
to meet the challenges presented by technological progress.
Basson Steady camera stabilizer is one of the best professional camera stabilizers on the market today,
and as result of that our steadies are currently being operated in five continents.
We are offering a worldwide level of customer service and support unprecedented among camera stabilizer
operators, we provide the very best in customer service with our unique worldwide warranty and personalized customer
by telephone as well as support on the net.
The company Basson Steady also offers solutions and support via direct email from our factory.
We are credited as being the world leader professional camera stabilization system
for beginners as well as for professionals.
Our new factory is a 300m2 building located in the suburbs of Buenos Aires
Argentina. This brand new factory was conceived to meet our customers demands.
Basson Steady camera stabilizer Head office & Factory
Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tel/Whatsapp: +54911-4472-6757
Basson Steady camera stabilizer Our Warehouse in U.S.A
Address: 8320 N.W 14 street, Miami, FL 33126 - USA, Miami U.S.A: +1 (305) 83-44752
WE ARE BASSON STEADY CAMERA STABILIZERS
The people who knows about professional wearable camera stabilizers
Basson Steady is not a faceless chain store.
We are real people who are passionate about the things we do, helping camera operators, videographers and filmmakers worldwide, your Creative Partner Since 1997.
We are Real People
True Know-How, not algorithms.
We are designers and manufacturers of hybrid and mechanic camera stabilizers, so we can speak from a place of confidence and expertise, which means when you need answers, we know what we say, offering a customized support tailored to you needs.
Suggesting the best for your needs, Over Profits
We believe in building long term relationship with our customers, not sales.
We'll always recommend you the best option for your needs.
Our customers comes first, second and third at Basson Steady.
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LEGAL NOTICE: Do not be confused, we are Basson Steady Camera Stabilizers, manufacturers of all kind of camera stabilizers, specially dedicated to manufacture and design wearable camera stabilizers, hybrid and mechanic, as well as gimbals, rotary heads, handheld stabilizers and more.
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