You can use it with Professional Dslr cameras on the market bellow 2,2kgs, such as Panasonic GH5, G9 or Sony a7s, Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H, Panasonic AG-CX350 4K Camcorder, and more.
Ultra-light, ultra-rigid aluminum construction enables stable, accurate moving shots, the Folding design extends and retracts to balance a wide range of cameras as light as 0 pound.
This is a Must Have for amateurs or professionals, suitable for a huge range of posibilities, easy to carry, perfect for travel. If you are willing to improve your work with professional quality stable images Basson 3d-steady is the perfect choice to shoot a weddings or a birthday parties, and events.
If you are a videographer or real estate agent, enthusiast or film student, you’re serious about the quality of work you bring to your audience, and of the tools that get you there.
The new 3d-steady handheld camera stabilizer from Basson Steady System is your new best companion!
The new 3d-steady handheld camera stabilizer lets you fly wherever the scene takes you, up and down steps, indoors and outside, through crowds, almost anywhere, with precise elegant control and smoothness.
Basson 3d-steady design significantly reduces fatigue for longer, more elegant shots by itself.
The rigidity of its alluminum alloy construction permits longer focal lengths than you have ever imagined with a hand-held stabilizer.
Basson 3d-steady handheld camera stabilizer unique Triple extended weight system greatly increases inertial stability.
And its counterbalancing weight can be precisely adjusted to balance cameras from 0 to 5 Lbs.
The camera is not included, Sony is a trademark of Sony Corporation,
3d-steady it’s just a fantasy name, this stabilizer does not have any 3d technology.
All design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Payment options and Shipping
We accept wire transfer to our bank account as well as PAYPAL payments, in this last option we will only ship your purchase to PayPal verified address, and also paypal fees must be paid by the customer, this fees increase the price a 5,5%.
Price includes FREE Shipping Worldwide door to door delivery by Fedex.
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