The Sevenoak Precision Camera Stabilizer SK-W01N

  It is quite challenging to shoot high-quality videos using a DSLR camera on its own. No matter how powerful its shots are, it calls for a stable ground to record clear footages. This is because holding the camera with mere hands will not cut it. Shaky images may result from that. There is thus the need to use the right kind of tools when such situations occur. By tools, I mean using camera Steadicam to anchor the DSLR camera. i wil gei you some advice about how to get a best camera stabilizer

  Sevenoak SK-W01N Precision Cam Stabilizer

  The Sevenoak Precision Camera Stabilizer SK-W01N offers light, agile, seamless shooting for today's videographer. Designed in light and compact feature, the Sevenoak stabilizer SK-W01N allows you to keep up with the action more easily than ever, and "fly" almost anywhere the scene takes you--up and down steps, indoors and outside, through crowds etc with precise and elegant control. Its quick-release mount lets you instantly swap camera connections between your stabilizer and any tripod. The unique precision adjustment screws and addable counterbalancing weight can be precisely adjusted to balance your camera.

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  The Sevenoak Precision Camera Stabilizer SK-W01N offers light, agile, seamless shooting for today's videographer. Designed in light and compact feature, the Sevenoak stabilizer SK-W01N allows you to keep up with the action more easily than ever, and "fly" almost anywhere the scene takes you--up and down steps, indoors and outside.

    Through crowds etc with precise and elegant control. Its quick-release mount lets you instantly swap camera connections between your stabilizer and any tripod. The unique precision adjustment screws and addable counterbalancing weight can be precisely adjusted to balance your camera.

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