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Neewer 24"/60cm Handheld Stabilizer with Quick Release Plate 1/4" and 3/8" Screw for DSLR and Video Cameras up to 6lbs/2.7kg
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- Allows high and low angle shooting, high precision bearings and low friction joints.
- Stretch adjustment improves weight ratio, and reduces the clump weights greatly.
- The Quick Release Plate can accept any camera with 1/4" and 3/8".
- It can be extended from 15.2" to 24" to adapt to the weight of the camera.
- Capacity Range: Approx. 1.1-6.0lbs/0.5-2.7kg
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The Neewer 60cm Handheld Stabilizer is a lightweight stabilizing system created for DSLR cameras weighing up to 6lbs. This compact handheld system takes away the need for tripods or dolly's, giving videographers the ability to create smooth videos while the camera is in motion. It features a camera platform with both x and y adjustments, and multiple mount holes for various camera positions. The weight plate contains six weight discs to balance your camera on the stabilizer. These can be added or removed based on your need. The weights are fastened on the weight plate with 1/4" screw.
This system is especially good for video cameras, video capable DSLR cameras and DVs.
Allows high and low angle shooting, high precision bearings and low friction joints.
Stretch adjustment improves weight ratio, and reduces the clump weights greatly.
The Quick Release Plate can accept any camera with 1/4" and 3/8".
The quick release plate with mark can record the dynamic balance for different equipments.
Bidirectional base plate with fine adjustment system can be adjusted freely to any direction.
It can be extended from 15.2" to 24" to adapt to the weight of the camera.
Aluminum construction with black powder coating.
Maximum Length: Approx. 24"/60cm
Minimum Length: Approx. 15.2"/38.6cm
Quick Release Plate Scale: 1.96"/50mm (Either side)
Capacity Range: Approx. 1.1-6.0lbs/0.5-2.7kg
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Top Customer Reviews
The stabilizer works as described. Go to Youtube and search for videos with footage shot using this stabilizer. In fact any of the footage on Youtube shot with this type of stabilizer will give you a good idea of the type results you'll get with the Neewer.
I managed to set up and balance the Neewer in about 30 minutes... again watch the tutorial videos on Youtube for step-by-step demonstrations.
The Neewer was surprisingly easy to use... the key is getting the steering technique right. A youtube search for 'How to Use a Glidecam' will bring up loads of demonstration videos that show the correct way to operate this type of stabilizer. They all work on the same principle so don't get too hung up on trying to find this exact model in the demo videos.
However, there is minor gripe with the Neweer Handheld Stabilizer which made it initially uncomfortable to use for me... the handgrip.
Because of the way hand held stabilizers are designed. All of the weight of the rig is transferred to the handle. The problem is handgrip is covered in an plastic coating. Which can rub against the palm of your hand. It made using the stabilizer a bit uncomfortable to use until I got used to holding & steering the rig.
In short the Neewer works as described, is light weight, easy to balance, set up and use. It's slightly let down by the poor choice of handle covering. But overall this was a great buy & I'd recommend it for anyone looking for a cost effective 'glidecam' type stabilizer rig.
It's not as smooth as some of the bigger brands, im assuming it's because it has a smaller footplate than say a Glidecam but it does a pretty decent job.
Build quality seem good. Balancing can be a bit tricky depending on your gear.
For the price, I really don't think you can go wrong.
If you're getting into video this is one of those things that will increase your production quality by a factor of 10, if well used, so get one, learn to use it, and after a while, if your work demands it, sell it and get a better one!
Motorized gimbals are great, but they take up space, need power, and I wanted something easy to travel with, small and that would work with 3 different cameras, so this was perfect!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not recommended at all if you wanna buy a steady cam buy a second-hand glidecam, this one doesn't work and you end up thinking that is your problem because you may not know how to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Olalla V.
Very fiddly to set up and use, but seems quite sturdy and of good quality which I guess is a plusPublished 3 months ago by Steph Barry
I'm not a professional but I'm big into videography, shooting and editing - some of my footage is shaky and unprofessional looking but I'm hoping that this piece of kit will help. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kim Balouch
Not bad quality for the price. Very hard to get the hang of though.Published 5 months ago by E.Greaves
Does the job very well. Takes a while to tweak the balance. Practise a bit before filming. Also whilst holding it, grip the neck of the stabiliser gently with the other hand to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mohammed Ahmed