Cell phones and mobile devices are getting more and more advanced everyday, and so is the equipped camera technology. You can now shoot HD (high-definition) video on newer mobile phones, which makes it easier to start your filmmaking projects, because it's a lot cheaper to buy a phone than a video camcorder. But, phones come in small packages, which means the video from your camera will be extremely shaky, no matter how steady of a hand you have. That's when it's necessary to have a camera stabilizer.
This video tutorial will show you how to make your own DIY camera stabilizer for mobile devices, such as the iPhone, BlackBerry, Flip Video or small miniDV camcorders. Plus, it's not going to cost more than 10 bucks!
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