In this episode of CNET Australia's Pocket Filmmaker, Jason Van Genderen shows off an array of inexpensive tripods and other stabilization devices that will keep your smartphone video shots as steady as a pro's.
A patent application shows the company's vision for an easy way to mount and remove an iPad for cars, tripods, treadmills, and more.
The company's new "YTL" tripod series features a design that folds down 30 percent more than typical tripods.
In this episode, we look at the best and cheapest ways to stabilise your shots, exploring a range of the ingenious tripods that are designed specifically for pocketable devices.
Flexible-tripod maker adds even smaller models. Two products are designed to stay attached to the digicam and a third may even replace the need to lug around a traditional tripod.
The iPad now has its own choice of Gorillapod, the brilliantly simple camera tripod that grips anywhere.
A little stabilization can make all the difference when you're trying to get a blur-free photo and these mini tripods will get you there.
The Tallyn laptop deck is like a tripod's ballhead and can be fixed to most Manfrotto or Studio Titan tripods.
A new flashlight that comes with three flexible magnetic legs to stay put on any surface.
Japanese scientists at the Nishi Lab of the University of Electrocommunications developed a tool that measures camera shakes.