Looking for an Arri Trinity rig but you don't have the budget to afford it?
Updated: Feb 24, 2020
If you are looking for a new professional gimbal hybrid camera stabilizer, the most advanced and perfect camera stabilization system ever made, this is probably the best choice for you.
Basson Steady camera stabilizer a recognized professional manufacturer since 1997 was an innovative pioneer in this area, In 2007 developed the first hybrid camera stabilizer with electronic horizon named Constellation, a version comparable to the MK-V AR rotary head system, later in 2012 with the new technology improvements started building the new line of 2 axis hybrid camera stabilizers such as the model Endless and Infinia, and then in 2015 the latest versions were developed that continues until these days.
Basson Steady camera stabilizer created an affordable new line of hybrid camera stabilizers such as the model Endless, Silverlight and Infinia all models at least 4 times less expensive than the competition.
This new Basson Steady camera stabilizer 8 axis hybrid camera stabilizers are easy comparable to the Arri trinity rig, or to the mk-v ar rotary head systems, all different designs and products with one thing in common, all high end hybrid electro mechanic gimbal camera stabilizers.
If you are already a professional camera stabilizer operator this new hybrid camera stabilizers from Basson Steady camera stabilizer, are a dream come truth, for further information please click on the following link.
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