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Moderately impressive video on this most confusing 'latest' Flycam Nano DSLR Stabilizer. I say 'moderately impressive' because it's not that you couldn't already do all these tricks with any other version of stabilizer. Aside from what looks to be overall bigger (so it can carry more weight), there's not a lot of information about what's actually better. Do you need this version over the other? I'm still waiting to see a side by side review Nano vs. Nano to see if there's anything really significant other than just more mass. Maybe i'm missing something, but If you're already sold on the video, you can find it below..

find-price-button Flycam Nano DSLR


I think i've received at least 2 questions/day since this new 'Flycam Nano DSLR' had been advertised online. It's quite confusing since there already is a Flycam Nano that supports DSLRs. This one claims to be better and can handle more weight. Of course it does! It's bigger and looks almost exactly like the Flycam 3000 (far right). Did they just swap the handle and slap on the Nano name because the hottest search term is 'Flycam Nano'? The Flycam DSLR is just about the same price as the Flycam 3000 too. To me it just doesn't make sense.. what do you make of it all?

Flycam Nano

Flycam Nano DSLR

Flycam 3000

My personal opinion is that you should use the max capacity for any stabilizer. If you get something bigger than the original Nano, then you may have to end up adding more weights to the top of the camera in order to make it fly better. So do you need a larger one? Unless you're pushing more weight that the common 7D + Tokina 11-16mm (BTW you can balance a bit more than that), then you don't need to go to the next level. I have several stabilizers and the one I take with me the most is the smallest one I can pack to do the job. The Glidecam HD4000 and Steadicam vest are only called upon when I really need to carry some weight...