If you're a filmmaker or just like to have family videos that don't evoke The Blair Witch Project you may be interested in acquiring a shoulder mount to stabilize your DSLR camera when shooting videos. You can spend a lot of money buying a rig or build one with $25 in hardware store parts. More »
When breathing like a sniper can't get you a steady enough shot, you need to call in the big guns—that is, external camera equipment. Instead of spending an arm and a leg, you can build your own camera stabilizer out of PVC pipe for...
If you’re shooting video on the go, a good rig is essential for image stability. If you don’t want to pay full price for one, you can make a pretty good substitute with parts from an IKEA chair. (more…)
Shoulder rigs help you stabilize your camera—in this case your DSLR—while maintaining mobility. We've featured these before, including a $20 PVC option, but this one is pretty much the simplest and cheapest approach. More »
We've featured a few ways to stabilize your DSLR or camcorder, but those might not be ideal for certain kinds of shooting. This cheap, compact shoulder rig will keep your camera stable anywhere you need to go. More »