ProAm USA Autopilot Lite
Piedmont, SC – ProAm USA, a manufacturer of production equipment for film and video enthusiasts and professionals, recently announced the availability of its brand-new camera stabilizers for DSLR, compact and HD video cameras. Introducing the Autopilot Lite and Autopilot, these stabilizers offer the most bang for your buck, coming in at just $89.99 and $189.99, respectively. Both stabilizers come with ProAm USA’s lifetime warranty and 30-day money back guarantee.
“The Autopilot stabilizers are an exciting addition to our growing line of filmmaking equipment,” comments Jonathan Baty, president, ProAm USA. “There is a serious demand for affordable stabilizers assembled in the US. Until now, the only available options are quite expensive, excluding many filmmakers due to budget constraints. Other affordable options sold by overseas companies come with unappealing warranties and little product support. We’re confident that the affordable, high-quality Autopilot stabilizers will bring significant value to filmmakers, allowing them to create beautiful, fluid shots – all backed by the ProAm USA lifetime commitment to our customers.”
Stabilizing DSLR and compact video cameras is simple with these two new products from ProAm USA. The Autopilot Lite is perfect for stabilizing cameras up to five pounds, with a lightweight and natural design that requires very little setup. Although typical handheld shooting can often result in shaky, unusable footage, the Autopilot Lite’s smooth socket gimbal absorbs unwanted motion to create fluid, dynamic shots. Its compact build is designed to go wherever filmmakers go, with detachable support legs that transform the stabilizer into a tripod when you need it. Adjustable steel plate weights make setup a breeze, while the Lite’s high-strength aluminum alloy and powder-coated black finish make this a stylish choice for any videographer on the go.
Also new from ProAm USA is the Autopilot, the next step up from its Lite version. When the need arises for professional motion stabilization, the Autopilot will support DSLR and HD video cameras up to eight pounds, enabling gliding shots that seemingly float over the most rugged terrain. This new stabilizer keeps outdoor shots smooth and steady thanks to its precision three-axis bearing gimbal. The aluminum frame with powder-coated and anodized finish combines durability, sturdiness and corrosion-resistance with a modern and trendy look.
The Autopilot and Autopilot Lite are now available.