How a Sevenoak Steadicam Stabilizer Works ?

  If you shoot video, you probably know that you need a stabilizer to get professional-looking footage that is smooth and stable. A stabilizer allows you to get that gliding camera effect, and ensures you don't get shaky amateur-looking footage that gives viewers a headache.

  Unfortunately, most stabilizers require a lot of experience to operate properly.


  Direction changes and panning are some of the biggest challenges when shooting with a stabilizer. The goal of a stabilizer is to keep the camera steady by absorbing your movements.

  So when it comes to turns, this effect actually keeps the camera from turning with you. When you want the camera to turn, you have to use your fingers to change the stabilizer's direction; thereby destabilizing the camera. It takes lots of practice to get stable direction changes using this method and even then, sometimes you ruin an otherwise great shot. Until now.

Video stabilizer with built in microphone MicRig Stereo



  Video stabilizer with built in microphone MicRig Stereo

  The Sevenoak MicRig video and audio grip is designed to work with DSLRs, camcorders, GoPro and Smartphones to create high-quality video recordings. Unlike traditional heavy video handles and recording equipment, this grip combines both audio and video functions for less than half the weight, effectively relieving fatigue, especially on long shoots. The MicRig combines a built-in stereo microphone which provides high quality pick-up while shooting. With the versatility of a low-angle grip and top mounted universal cold shoe for attaching accessories like LED lights and LCD monitors.

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