Steadybag

Now Photographers Can Get Rock-Steady Images with Steadybag

So Stable, It’s Almost Like Gaining an Extra Stop for Free. (Maybe Two.)

  • Support your still or video camera on any surface to get rock-steady photos
  • Works with any camera and any lens
  • Ready to use in seconds
  • Durable, watertight, made in the USA

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The Sharpest Images from Any Surface — It’s in the Bag!

For over 20 years, thousands of photographers, videographers and filmmakers have discovered Steadybag® as a great way to support their cameras and lenses on any uneven surface. Rocks, logs, fences, the door or roof of your car, a fire hydrant or parking meter… just about anything will do. And it doesn’t matter if you’re using the smallest compact camera or a long, heavy telephoto on an SLR — there’s a Steadybag model that will work with any camera and any lens.

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Steadybag lets you be creative and make images you couldn’t get with a tripod. Go ahead, get as close to the ground as you want without getting mud on your camera or your pants. Steadybag is more compact, weighs less, and sets up faster than a tripod. On top of that, it’s less conspicuous and can often be used in places that don’t allow tripods, like some museums. And you’ll never waste time fooling with a screw mount (or worrying when it will break off.)

Quality Materials, Sturdy Construction

demo-04demo-05Steadybag is made in the U.S. in our own workshop from expedition-grade materials. Many thousands of custom-milled polypropylene beads are first sewn into their own inner liner; that bag is then securely sewn into the water-resistant outer casing. The amount of fill is precisely calculated so that one side of Steadybag conforms to the supporting surface while the other side securely cradles your camera.

Ready When You Are

The Steadybag comes with a carry handle and a shoulder strap that lets you carry it any way you like, so you can simply place it and shoot without any lengthy set up. There’s enough “give” in the Steadybag to let you make small framing adjustments while keeping your camera perfectly still. When it’s time to pick up and move, just put Steadybag into your backpack and you’re on your way — no un-screwing, no folding.