Super Steady Video with iPhone, GoPro, and More!
Super Steady Video with iPhone, GoPro, and More!

The StayblCam is a truly unique video stabilizer for iPhone, GoPro, and any other compact camera.. Make your videos look professional with ease!

Anyone who has ever tried to record video with a smart phone or small digital cameras knows it is nearly impossible to avoid shaking or jittering in the picture - no matter how steady we try holding our hands. This becomes obvious too when watching other people's videos we see on TV, Youtube, or social media. They are shaky, shaky, shaky... The StayblCam solves these issues once and for all.

Compatibility with practically any smart phone, action camera, and compact camera
Full range of filming height - from ground level, to 3 feet (1 meter) over your head
Full control of tilt, pan, and angles - something most other stabilizers cannot do
Portability, good looks, and super easy to use!
NO straps or harnesses
NO rails, bars, buts, or bolts
NO counterweights
NO software stabilization


Comfortable gyroscopic grip action, using only your thumb and index finger – with the other fingers for full control. No more stretching or straining your wrist while recording mobile video!


The StayblCam even works upside down!
Record low-to-the-ground, stable video of moving pets or children.

Or - quickly shoot video at ‘impossible’ tilted angles by tipping the StayblCam any direction you want.





Although there are already video stabilizers for camcorders and DSLR cameras on the market today – those stabilizers have a few shortcomings in terms of what they can and cannot be used for. Commercially available camera stabilizers are not at all suited for smart phones or compact video cameras like the GoPro®.

These stabilizers were designed for the heavier DSLR cameras or the handheld style camcorders. Not to mention that they are not that easy to operate for the average consumer. Most often, users have to spend some time setting a balance point with counterweights, screws, or levers – and they are prone to problems like wind affecting balance.

Additionally – existing stabilizers are not exactly compact and handy to bring around. They are often clunky, come in pieces, or can’t be tucked away or taken out for quick use.