I recently purchased a Flycam Nano from an ebay seller. I read up a lot before hand trying to find the best camera stabaliser for a short film I was about to shoot. I first really had my eyes on the Hauge DSLR but then because there was a lot more out there on the net about the FlyCam Nano (not all positive things) so i decided the FlyCam Nano was for me.
If you are going through the same questions as i did then maybe check out some of the links below.
Or check out Cheesycam’s review on it.
Because I have only had the chance to play with the FlyCam Nano I wont bother comparing it myself but what I will say is if you dont have patience dont buy it. And with that make sure you buy the quick release plate with it or get a cheaper alternative otherwise you may destroy it before you have finally finished balancing it.
So after a long long time tweaking, the other day I managed to balance my FlyCam Nano. Now people always ask (including myself) how you balance it and what the quickest ways to balancing it and the only solution is keep playing with it. Really soon I will be uploading a video on how to balance it, it takes time but it does work and to prove it watch the video above.
I am really really happy with the results and for anyone who is thinking of getting a steadicam i would really recommend this but would say make sure you buy a release plate with it.
Flycam Nano cheapest price link