If you’re looking for a great and affordable camera stabilizer system then this post is for you.
I have previously reviewed a few different camera stabilizers in this POST. My favorite camera stabilizer has always been the Flycam because of it’s price and the results it produced. Of course that doesn’t mean it was without it’s faults. For one the Flycam stabilizers just like the Glidecam system really require for you to buy a quick release plate. Also those systems don’t have the easiest way of balancing without tools.
That’s where the CAME carbon fiber stabilizers outshine the competition. First of all I was amazed at how complete the CAME system is. It comes with the carrying case and tools. Everything you need other than your camera to start flying. It really is a well thought out camera stabilizer system that hasn’t disappointed me so far.
Here are some of the things I love about this steadicam:
-It’s light weight
-Easy to balance
-Can handle light and heavy cameras (1 – 10 kg or 2.2 – 22 pounds)
-Super smooth gimbal
The CAME camera stabilizer systems can be bough separately from the vest and the 4-spring-arm or as a kit. You can find them on CAME-TV website and Amazon.
Here’s the lighter of the two stabilizers, with and without the vest and arm.
Here’s the bigger stabilizer, again with and without the vest and arm.
And here are the vest and arm by themselves.
To see the results that the CAME stabilizers produce, see this video review.
Also, in case you missed my previous post where I test different camera stabilizers and teach you how to balance and use steadicams, then you can check it out here.