You love making videos with your awesome smartphone, but they always turn out, well, a bit shaky? This 3-axis motorized smartphone camera stabilizer will help you capture flawless videos of your dearest moments in Steadicam quality.

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The Academy Award Winning Steadicam stabilizing technology stems from the 1970s Hollywood. The team behind Steadicam, a division of The Tiffen Company, now took the opportunity to use the advancements in technology and combine them with people's tendency to make smartphones a major part of their lives; they adapted their know-how in a way to make it accessible and easy to work with for virtually anyone. All you need to do is mount it, power it on and you're all set to go.

The Bluetooth enabled Steadicam Volt™ was developed to "provide the utmost precision and control", so that smartphone users, who love to capture videos, now easily create high quality video content. Powered by long life rechargeable Lithium Ion batteries (last for about 8 hours on a full charge), it can also work in manual mode after batteries are depleted. 

It is very light and can be neatly folded, which makes it easy to store and transport around. You can choose between two operating modes – one for beginners and the other one for more experienced users. Additionally, there is also "Sport Mode" to assist the user in capturing fast moving moments more easily and professionally, as well as the "Movie Mode" that gives you more freedom in creating movements as seen in the cinema. Precise balance and tuning can be achived by using the accompanying iOS & Android APP, while haptic control utilizes Simulated Inertia.

Steadicam Volt is suitable for use with various phone sizes with or without case from 100 – 200g in weight and 58 to 80mm wide.

With 47 days to go, you can still check out the product's crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter

Jan. 17, 2017 Living photo: Steadicam Volt/Michael Cassara (Tiffen)

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