- Size (LWH): 2.75 inches, 10.5 inches, 7 inches
- Weight: 1.22 pounds
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iStabilizer ISTDL01 Smartphone Dolly - Mount - Retail Packaging - Black
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- Adjusts to shoot at any angle
- Holds your point-and-shoot/camera phone
- Works with any case or bumper (Up to 2.75 wide)
- A smooth and sturdy dolly for pro-style video panning
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Create captivating cinematic videos and panning shots using your iPhone / iPod Touch or other mobile devices like the GoPro. (GoPro camera requires the GoPro tripod mount that is sold separately by GoPro) For years sophisticated-looking camera moves were only available to pros with big budgets. But now, with most camera devices capable of shooting HD video, the iStabilizer Dolly allows you to take smooth tracking shots on any flat surface, giving your video a look and feel that’s fit for the big screen. The iStabilizer Dolly will even cradle your device while in your preferred case or bumper. The included iStabilizer Mount can be used on any tripod with a standard ¼ x20” camera mount.
Top Customer Reviews
- Works well with iPhones using a pressure clamp to hold your phone (or other device) into place.
- Works with any camera or video camera that allows for a threaded tripod connection. The camera stays in place and is surprisingly well balanced.
- When using the flexible arm you must always turn to the right otherwise you begin to unscrew it from the base.
- The front and back wheels can be angled in order to make very measured arcs. Although at times it seems like the axle/arm has a tendency to come loose.
- The flexible arm can be adjust to nearly in position - which is good, but at times it can make it difficult to get a perfectly level shop.
Final Verdict - I really enjoy the Dolly by iStabilizer - it isn't exactly perfect but at this price point it would be difficult to find a tool that allowed you this much flexibility in filming.
4 1/2 Stars
Please Note - I received this product for reviewing purposes
The iStabilizer rolls on four rollerblade wheels, which provide smooth control and a stable base. Each pair of wheels is attached on an axis which can rotate 60 degrees in each direction for curved paths. The iPhone/smartphone is mounted on a spring-loaded pressure holder which is included in the package. A removable arm helps you position the smartphone in the mount. NOTE: there is no suspension for the smartphone, so big bumps and cracks that the dolly rolls over will shake the video. Fix this by filming on smooth surfaces or by laying a piece of hard plastic/metal over the ground.
The box arrived with the dolly ready for action--just put the bottom spacers and knobs on each axis and screw on the arm and mount. Pretty simple setup!
Overall, a great buy for budding videographers and people who want to take creative shots with their smartphone camera. Especially for $50.
Don't expect miracles, but this thing is worth having if you're into more than shooting selfies. Perfect for on-the-fly productions for musicians, youTube and Vine enthusiasts, and I could see even professional filmmakers getting a kick out of this - would probably be great for location scouting and composing scenes.