Indieshot, an all-in-one dSLR video accessory

Designer's unique concept accessory combines five essential videography tools into one handy package.

Indieshot Grant Parrinello

With more and more cameras able to capture full-HD videos in 1080p these days, the role of a camera doesn't just stop at stills. To get professional-grade footage free from camera shake, however, you'll need specialized videography tools, which can be a hassle to transport due to their size and weight.

Los Angeles-based designer Grant Parrinello has come up with a concept design that combines multiple videography accessories into one. It acts as a steadicam to help stabilize your dSLR when you're chasing after your subject and can double as camera crane for shooting at high and low vantage points.

Grant Parrinello

It can also be transformed into glide track for cameras to pan with subjects, turned into a shoulder-mounted tripod as well as a dolly for more mobile applications.

According to the concept images, it looks like it can be easily disassembled into individual pieces for easy storage. We think the Indieshot DSLR makes a handy all-in-one solution for those looking for a light and versatile solution and hope to see it in production soon.

Grant Parrinello
(Source: Crave Asia via Yanko Design)

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