reviews the DE Cinema Steadycam X-PRO:
I don’t like Steadicams. Don’t get me wrong, I love what can be done with them, I just don’t like using them. But when DE Cinema asked and persisted I try their Steadicam X-PRO+ I decided to give it a shot even if I was horrible at it. My results were decent as someone who isn’t very good with stabilizers and I look forward to practicing and showing you guys better results. Don’t judge the gear by what you see from this, as I am NOT a steadicam operator. I know I can get much better shots as I improve my operating skills. That said, here is my review as a non-Steadicam operator.
Here’s another video shot on the streets:
High quality & precise manufacture by CNC.
Carbon fiber & aluminum alloy for both light weight & strength.
Three axial gimbal system & double rod base system enhance the stability of steadicam sled.
Dual Arm system with special made springs absorbs the most vibration during walking/running/going up/down stairs.
Tool-free Installing & quick adjustment.
2 section adjustment with handle & post allow you taking high or low mode easily.
High Load capacity from 1 kg to 8 Kg, compatible with DV-DSLR-HDV-BMCC.
Build in HDMI for most DSLR & HDV which makes easy & stable to operate with monitor.
Steadicam XPRO Guide Book
The entire kit, with vests, costs about $1,250. To know more about the Steadycam, click here.