FlowMotion ONE compact stabilizer is also wearable

by - on November 28th, 2016

Now here is something that you do not see every single day. The FlowMotion ONE happens to come across as being the first compact as well as wearable stabilizer, where it will sport world-class stabilization software that allows it to transform just about any smartphone into a professional-quality camera. In other words, those professional looking videos that you see on your Facebook wall that has been posted by your mates and family members? Yes, those can be yours with the FlowMotion ONE, as it delivers the ability for anyone and everyone to capture smooth and vibration-free video.

The FlowMotion ONE is also small enough to fit in your pocket, making it the one and only smartphone stabilizer which is able to be worn as a wearable, now how about that? Its diminutive form factor also enables you to use it as a handheld device, as it arrives in a unique compact and portable design. There are three ways to use the FlowMotion ONE: firstly, when it is mounted to your GoPro or other camera mounts, to have it paired with FlowMotion’s smart handle with joystick, and last but not least, have it attached to FlowMotion’s carbon extension pole.

The stabilizer is not the only thing that helps the FlowMotion ONE deliver smooth and stable looking videos — it also has the FlowMotion app which delivers auto-follow technology. All that you need to do is to frame a target on the phone screen, and regardless of whether your subject is a person or an object, the FlowMotion ONE will ensure that it remains in focus.

In fact, it is said that the advanced stabilization found on the FlowMotion ONE is so accurate, it will even play nice with the optical image stabilization of new smartphones, such as the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus from Apple. Those who are interested in seeing the FlowMotion ONE in action can pre-order theirs from Kickstarter for $199 a pop, where it will be compatible with Android and iOS devices.

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