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Stabilize Smartphone Video Shots with SMOVE Pro

Indiegogo’s most advanced 3-axis stabilizer is your solution to shaky handheld videos.

It’s day two of Chinese New Year in 2018.

What a crazy hectic day it was yesterday.

We visited four relatives’ home as usual.

No work was done. Just pure socializing.

SMOVE PRO Arriving

After all the festivities, I received a text.

DHL says my parcel is arriving in 2 days.

The long-awaited smartphone stabilizer.

I can’t wait to review this new gadget.


Here’s a quick overview of SMOVE Pro.

  • A 3-axis smartphone stabilizer
  • Supports iPhones and Android phones
  • Supports GoPro and action cameras
  • 3200 mAh rechargeable and replaceable battery
  • Operates up to 6 – 7 hours
  • Detects and follows objects and faces
  • Automatic 360-degree panorama
  • More features in the free mobile app

Look out for my real world vlog review.

Watch the previous version review here.

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