SteadyDSLR - Steadicam + Shoulder Mount for DSLR Video Cameras!

We've combined two video camera stabilizers into one handheld DSLR support system! 

The SteadyDSLR (Steady DSLR) is the only rig that transforms from a Steadicam to a Shoulder Mount! *For Sale @ www.SteadyDSLR.com




The frame of the SteadyDSLR can be adjusted by pushing two buttons. This locks and unlocks the rig into either "Steadicam" or "Shoulder Support" modes. Now you can quickly switch the SteadyDSLR into the right stabilizer for the job.


Move freely while removing camera shake from your video footage with the SteadyDSLR!  View more videos and buy the SteadyDSLR here! www.SteadyDSLR.com

Lens Review Canon 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II

Hands on review of the Canon 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II Lens. 

by SteadiGO.com
Lens Review
The Canon 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II telephoto zoom lens.

Canon's 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II telephoto lens packs a lot of lens into a little package. 


First off this lens is really lightweight, weighing about 13 ounces and it's also really small for a lens of this zoom range (55-250mm).
Canon's 55-250mm
The manual controls are easily accessible on the side of the lens but the buttons need a lot of force to get them to move. The focus and zoom ring feature a rubber track that makes them easy to find and control. The focus is very smooth but the zoom feels like there's too much friction inside the gears. This makes zooming during video shooting almost impossible if you need a smooth zoom.
Digital SLR Lens Review
Image quality is surprisingly sharp considering the price tag of roughly $249.00.
Read the entire Review at: http://steadigo.com/blog/2016/canon-ef-s-55-250mm-f4-56-is-ii-lens-review
Note* This lens is made specifically for DSLR cameras with APS-C sensors.

6K Panasonic Camera?

PANASONIC 6K DSLR VIDEO CAMERA?

By SteadiGO.com

"6K VIDEO RESOLUTION CAMERA COMING SOON?..."

Nikon  6k Video Resolution
Photo courtesy of Red.com
Many companies are looking to the future of higher and higher video resolutions. 6k is not only on it's way but it's available now, if you can afford it.
RED's Dragon captures "9x more pixels than HD" and can film up to 100 frames per second at 6k resolution! It shoots Digital SLR picture quality in every frame of video. The camera brain by itself starts at about $30,000! But there will soon be an "affordable" solution... READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE HERE