The Tiffen Company showcased new Steadicam models at NAB.
Building on the M-1 modular camera stabilizing system, Tiffen showed the new M-2, which expands the line-up with a lightweight stabilizer designed specifically for modern broadcast applications.
Also on show was the Steadicam Steadimate-S, a new solution to add stability, operational comfort and panning ability to popular single-handed stabilizers.
Also on display was the Steadicam Air, a new standard for professional photographers and cinematographers, and the Steadicam Volt, the first handheld electronic stabilizer which enables content creators to produce stable video with most smartphones and GoPro Hero cameras.
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