Smartphone photographers looking for a way to create smooth videos may be interested in a new professional smartphone gimbal called the AeroKris. The new smartphone gimbal has been designed to provide a smart and smooth camera performance and has launched this week through Kickstarter for the required $ 5,000 to make the jump into production. Watch the demonstration video AeroKris smartphone gimbal and its features.
Traditional gimbals have a stick that you can hold on to your smartphone. "In most cases, you are recording that loving moment and the video is bouncy, all over the place, which is the last thing you want to happen. This is why we created the Smart and Smooth Q Gimbal. "The smartphone and gimbal are connected using a
Your smartphone and gimbal are connected using a Bluetoothconnection allowing you to easily stop recording, or zoom in and out when required without the need to touch a smartphone. Modes can also be changed and offer a follow, lock or tilt mode.