The Stubilizer Compact GoPro Gyro Stabilizer. Kickstarter Project


This looks like a really cool addition to any GoPro camera. The name alone is worth a look. The Stubilizer is a compact gyro stabilized mount for the GoPro. There are three different models starting at around $250 US for the basic version. The three axis pro version will set you back around $350 US. The results are quite good for such a compact system.  Here is a rip from the Kickstarter page.

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“After 6 months of development, we have the technology working, we have the design complete, and we need your help to take it forward to production.

So far all the Stubilizer prototypes have been produced with basic 3d printing.

Producing professional consumer electronics cases (via Injection molding, or other similar technologies) is extremely expensive: Stubilizer case tooling alone could cost over £20,000.

Add in the need to buy electrical and electronic components in bulk to get the price down to realistic levels, and we soon arrive at a significant amount of money.

100% of the money we raise from the Kickstarter project will go into fulfilling our rewards and enabling the continued production and development of Stubilizer.”

Jared Abrams is a cinematographer based in Hollywood, California. After many years as a professional camera assistant he switched over to still photography. About two years ago a new Canon camera changed the way the world sees both motion and still photography. He just happened to be in the right place at the right time.