Digital SLR Camera Stabilizer, steadicam, glidecam Test Footage with the SteadiGO Steadycam!

Stabilized video using the SteadiGO (Steadi GO) stabilizer (glidecam, steadicam)! This camera/camcorder/HDSLR steady-cam stabilizes the camera by balancing it on the rig. Once balanced the videographer can run, walk, skateboard, snowboard, ski or do just about anything while creating steady, smooth videos!

Your SteadiGO Order Includes:
22 Piece Counterweight Kit
Camera Mounting Screw
A One Year Manufacturer Warranty
User Instructions

SteadiGO stabilizer w/ Free Extra Weight Kit!

Was $199.95  Now $169.95!

Shipping in the USA is $12.00 via USPS | International shipping worldwide is $37 via USPS | Usually ships out within 1-3 business days | Questions: |

The "SteadiGO" DSLR Video Camera Stabilizer (Steadycam Test Video)!

New SteadiGO DSLR Stabilizer Test Video!

DSLR Steady Rig! SteadiGO Test Video "Runner... SteadiGO
Shot by another happy customer! Great running shots even up stairs! This handheld rig is compact and lightweight making it perfect for running!

Digital SLR Camera Stabilizers on an Indie Filmmaker Budget

The SteadiGO is an affordable DSLR Steadi Cam + Camcorder Stabilizer!

It retails for just $199.95! The SteadiGO (Steady Go) is a handheld steadicam merlin, glidecam style camera stabilizing rig at a fraction of the price! 
It's rugged, lightweight, compact and made in the USA!
The SteadiGO sells in a kit that includes everything you need to start shooting steady videos! Available at


DSLR Steadicam, DSLR Glidecam, Flycam type rig for Camcorders!

The SteadiGO is a handheld camera support for stabilizing video. Here's a new demo video using a Canon 600d HD-SLR.

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SteadiGO DSLR Steadicam/Glidecam test video by fourten visuals!

The videographers at fourten visuals have produced another smoothed out stabilized video with their SteadiGO video camera stabilizing rig!
What's great about the SteadiGO (Steady Go) is that it can balance up to 4lbs of camera/gear weight and up to 5lbs with the optional extra weight kit. This was shot at 60 frames per second using the Canon 7D HDSLR video camera. Video by