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Best Camera Stabilizers

Updated December 2018
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    If you’re sick of every photo you take coming out blurry, a camera stabilizer could be what you need. Camera stabilizers can help to minimize camera shake in everything from DSLR cameras and smartphones to video and GoPro cameras. They range from simple handheld stabilizers to complex stabilizers with rail systems. When shopping for one, first decide what size and weight camera you need it for. Stabilizers can be used in a number of ways, including shoulder mounted, handheld, and on a tripod. You should also determine the weight of the stabilizer itself, in addition to how durable it is. With some, you can mount equipment such as microphones and lighting to them.

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