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If you need evidence of the incredible video capabilities of your smartphone, look no further than director Steven Soderbergh's latest thriller Unsane, shot entirely on an iPhone. 


"Free of cumbersome equipment, Soderbergh wields his camera with the agility of a pencil flying along a sketch pad," writes Richard Brody of the New Yorker. 


But not all of us are Steven Soderbergh, and sometimes the footage we record on our smartphones is shaky and/or blurry. Fortunately, you don't have to have a Hollywood-sized budget to remedy that issue — just attach a gimbal stabilizer to your smartphone and hit "record" for professional-quality shots. Read more...

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