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Budget Camera Accessories on Kickstarter Stabilize Moving Shots [VIDEO]

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Professional and amateur movie-makers have been there before: After you spend hours capturing video, you realize your footage is too shaky. MoveeGo, created by Los Angeles-based engineer Sylvain Lepoutre, is a low-cost solution to a frequent problem.

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The Kickstarter project hopes to make iPhone and compact camera footage significantly better. The MoveeGo package offers two incredible camera stabilizers that will make video footage crisp and stable, every time.

SlideeGo, one option costing $79.95, is a metal beam you gently slide your camera across, allowing for smooth pans from side-to-side.

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Then there's the SteadeeGo, a stabilizer costing $69.95, which dispels shakiness by letting videographers walk, climb stairs and move with their cameras.

The camera accessories can be assembled without tools in a few minutes and the stabilizers are conveniently built to fit in a backpack. You can see the SlideeGo and SteadeeGo in action in the video above.

Currently four days away from its Kickstarter funding end date, MoveeGo has raised about four times the initial goal of $3,300. So far, 178 backers have pledged $15,257.

What are your must-have camera accessories for handheld cameras? Tell us in the comments if you're interested in the MoveeGo package.

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This story originally published on Mashable here.

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