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Body Vest with Stabiliser Range

A camera stabiliser is an important tool to keep your camera steady especially when you are filming for extended time periods. They help keep your camera equipment balanced and maintain the quality of the content with ease. Stabilisers are also useful in filming scenes at different heights and they specialise in getting you those high-exposure shots.

Stabilisers can often be a burden to carry. The weight of your camera and stabiliser add up to the stress levels on your body especially on your arms and on your back. To tackle such problems, there are different types of body support equipment to ease your filming sessions. An example of such equipment is a camera stabiliser vest which gives you the much needed comfort when you are filming for a long time. There are different types of body support equipment for different stabilisers like the Flycam HD 3000 stabiliser.

Body Vest with Stabiliser Range
  1. Camtree Galaxy Arm & Vest with Flycam180

    • Eliminates camera shake.
    • Easy adjustment controls with easy release camera plate.
    • Three-axis gimbal joint with 360° rotation and adjustable convergence.
    • Quick adjust sliding telescoping center post.
    • Dynamic balance sled system with adjustable sway control and rotational and pan inertial control.
    • Super grip cushioned handle grip with precision bearings

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    Regular Price: £463.88

    Special Price: £231.94 Ex VAT £278.33 Inc VAT

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Body Vest with Stabiliser Range

A camera stabiliser is an important tool to keep your camera steady especially when you are filming for extended time periods. They help keep your camera equipment balanced and maintain the quality of the content with ease. Stabilisers are also useful in filming scenes at different heights and they specialise in getting you those high-exposure shots.

Stabilisers can often be a burden to carry. The weight of your camera and stabiliser add up to the stress levels on your body especially on your arms and on your back. To tackle such problems, there are different types of body support equipment to ease your filming sessions. An example of such equipment is a camera stabiliser vest which gives you the much needed comfort when you are filming for a long time. There are different types of body support equipment for different stabilisers like the Flycam HD 3000 stabiliser.

Body Vest with Stabiliser Range

There are a few things you need to consider when looking for the suitable stabiliser with adequate body support. The first thing to consider is the payload. The payload depends on your camera’s weight alongside its equipment weight.

A higher payload capacity ensures that you can carry heavy equipment without getting exhausted quite easily. The most basic thing to consider is the how much movement you can generate from it. Some stabilisers are equipped with 360° smooth gimbals, which allow maximum movement of your arm for rotating the camera.  You should look for a stabiliser equipped with a camera stabilizer vest which is padded, shock-proof and protects your equipment from being damaged. Such vests are easy to set-up and are known to provide you with great soothing levels for filming long scenes.

A camera stabiliser vest for Flycam HD 3000 system comes up in an unyielding Aluminium structure which makes the vest durable and reliable for your filmmaking sessions.  Stabilisers with height adjustment feature in body equipment are extremely helpful for you. Most of them have a telescopic design, which makes the structure of the equipment easy to lift.

You should also consider going for equipment with counterweight disks like the Flycam HD 3000 stabiliser with body support. Such disks help in giving you the perfect balance to capture high quality images.

Getting stabilisers with vests altogether saves you money. Vests come up with different brackets, arm support and built-in dynamic balance systems which help you get through long shooting sessions. When aiming for a steady footage, you should have proper body support to give you the balance and the comfort you need.