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Revo ST-1000 Pro Video Stabilizer

BH #REST1000 • MFR #ST-1000
Revo
Revo ST-1000 Pro Video Stabilizer
Key Features
  • Enables Shake-Free Handheld Shots
  • 4.85 lb Maximum Load Capacity
  • Smooth Multi-Axis Gimbal Design
  • Adjustable Baseplate with Bubble Level
The Revo ST-1000 Pro Video Stabilizer is a handheld camera support device designed for shooting smooth, shake-free video. Once mastered, camera operators can use the ST-1000 to create fluid, "floating" camera movements, even when walking or running. The ST-1000 has a max capacity of approximately 4.85 lb, which makes it ideal for HDSLRs and small to midsized camcorders.
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Will this work with a Lumix GX85?
Asked by: Jason Y.
Hi Jason,I use this stabilizer with a Lumix G7, which I believe is relatively the same size/weight as the GX85. This stabilizer will work with your camera, however you may need to play around with the bottom weights on the stabilizer as it is a lighter camera. Though once you find the correct position where your camera is balanced, it works very smoothly, giving very stable footage. Hope this is helpful.
Answered by: Michelle C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is it possible to put a Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera on this one with a shotgun microphone on it? I'm also interested to put an iPhone 5 on it Is it suitable for this case too?Thanks for your answer!
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes this is compatible with the Blackmagic Pocket camera and a microphone. However, I would not recommend this for an iPhone. I would recommend B&H # STSIP5G for an iPhone 5 instead.
Answered by: Muriel A.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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does the handle have a tripod or monopod mount provision at the bottom?
Asked by: Rob
No, and it is extremely hard to get balanced.
Answered by: Shane P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Will this work with a Sony HDR-HC5 HDV 1080i/mini ...

Will this work with a Sony HDR-HC5 HDV 1080i/mini DV?
Asked by: Michael
Having been balanced properly, the Revo ST-1000 Pro Video Stabilizer (B&H# REST1000) with a 4.85 lb. (2.2kg) maximum payload will easily stabilize a Sony HDR-HC5 1080i HDV Camcorder, 2.1 Megapixel CMOS Sensor, 10x Optical/80x Digital Zoom, 2.7" Touch Panel LCD Screen, Carl Zeiss Lens (B&H# SOHDRHC5).
Answered by: Yoni
Date published: 2022-06-28

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Once stabilized, is it possible to store it and keep the settings? Or do I have to do the adjustments every time I want to shot? (if I keep the same camera body and lens of course). Thanks for your help!
Asked by: Anonymous
It keeps the settings quite well. And needs to, because it is a little fiddly to get set up in the first place (sensitive balance, lots of variables). But once you get the thing set, you can just unscrew the base plate for the camera attachment and it keeps all the rest of the variables the same.
Answered by: Frank Q.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Would anyone recommend this for the Sony HVR-V1U? The camera has a weight of 3.4lbs, but most stabilizers I have seen like this are normally used with DSLRs.
Asked by: Nathan B.
I had purchased this in 2014 for a Canon HDSLR. For me it works fine. You might find it heavy without a hand brace like the Hoodman WristShot Camcorder Support System.
Answered by: CHAD J.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Hello, I have a Nikon DSLR with a 18mm-300mm zoom lens. The DSLR weighs in at 3 pounds 8 1/2 ounces. I've read reviews and the question / answers below. I was wondering what your opinion would be for shooting video with that heavy of a camera using this stabilizer?
Asked by: Richard
I like the stabilizer, but it takes a lot of time to adjust. It's also most suited for a fixed lens such as a 50mm, as if you zoom in or out with a zoom lens you have to start again with the adjustments. I don't think the weight is a problem, but you probably won't like a 18-300mm lens on the stabilizer, especially if it creeps out!
Answered by: Phil N.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will this stabilizer work for my canon t3i along with an off-brand wide angle fisheye lens? I will be using it to video skateboarding and skiing
Asked by: Tucker S.
I have only had minimal experience with them, but probably look at one of the glidecams. The gimbal weight being directly underneath may result in less wobble.
Answered by: Gregory C.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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