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Travel Tech Next: Obliterate Those Video Shakes With The ProView S3

Travel Technology | Gabe Zaldivar | March 08, 2016

Travel Tech Next: Obliterate Those Video Shakes With The ProView S3

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If you want to take your travel videos to the next level, there’s an Indiegogo campaign eager to help.

Now we all appreciate your immensely shaky videos from exotic locations. But perhaps you can infuse some class and sophistication into your video journals.

Navin’s ProView S3 is like a small steadicam rig for your large smartphone, bringing stability to your videos.

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Now that next Instagram post or YouTube video will have a Hollywood cinematographer feel to it.

Here is a brief video that boasts the device’s tech:

Getting this kind of quality isn’t exactly cheap, but the results may very well warrant the price.

At the moment, you can get in on a rig of your own for $140, which is one of the packages you can get on Indiegogo. That will get you a ProView S3 gimbal, three batteries and a charger – ready by July 2016.

At the moment, the device is only available for you who have super sized that smartphone, available for the iPhone 6S or 6S Plus as well as the Galaxy S6 and Note 5.

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The campaign highlights the results in an action-packed sequence of an adorable duck frolicking in a park:

OK, you may have to add your own action, but you can appreciate the possibilities with crisp video delivered without the jarring shakes that come along with so many videos taken on the fly.

From the looks of it, the ProView S3 is extremely portable, giving you the ability to shoot with one hand and maneuver through the various modes with all of one button.

Your usual videos are perfectly fine. However, if you want to add a bit of sophistication to your next adventure’s videos then you have a tool coming out this summer.

Prepare your blockbuster premieres accordingly.


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