Introduction: Build a DIY Camera Stabilizer for Under $5

In this instructable, we will show you how to build a DIY camera stabilizer for under $5. This DIY camera stabilizer is easy to build and easy to carry around if you don't have a tripod. All you need is a string and a tripod screw.

Step 1: Get a String of 5 - 7 Feet Depending on Your Height.

Step 2: Step on the Midpoint of the String and Make the Two Ends Together.

Step 3: Screw the Two Ends at the Bottom of Your Camera Using a Tripod Screw.

Step 4: Now You Have Your DIY Camera Stabilizer!

When filming videos, step on the string and hold the camera tight to stabilize it. This allows you to pan and tilt your camera smoothly and get the perfect camera movements.

This DIY camera stabilizer is very easy to carry in your pocket or bag so you can film steady videos any time anywhere.
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