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Hague TS1 Tablet Steadymount Camera Stabilizing Grip

£36.00
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£30.00
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(7 reviews)
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The Hague TS1 Tablet Camera Steadymount enables tablets, such as the iPad, iPad Mini and the new iPad Pro, to be held with ease. It is also compatible with many smart phones such as the Apple iPhone & Samsung Galaxy. It gives greater stability which enables the operator to produce much steadier shots when shooting video.

With these tablets and smart phones having such good cameras with the facility to record high quality video, it makes sense to be able to hold the tablet or phone in a way that prevents camera shake.

Due to the shape of these tablets and the size of the phones they can be quite difficult to hold steady, especially when moving around. The Tablet Steadymount makes it much easier to hold the unit steady and in turn helps create much more stable shots. On top of the Steadymount are two shoes which enable a light or microphone to be added and there are also two ¼” thread holes for other accessories to be held.

The mount has two V shaped sections that hold the tablet or phone in a horizontal position. The height is adjustable up to 228mm and accepts most modern tablets (including the Apple iPad Pro) and smart phones. The tablet or phones width must not exceed 12mm.

The bottom V section has a standard 1/4” threaded hole which enables the Steadymount to be mounted to a tripod. This makes it easy to go from tripod mounted to handheld, or the Steadymount can attached to any other mount that uses the standard 1/4" camera screw, making it a very useful piece of kit.

The Steadymount is not plastic, it's made of machined lightweight aluminium with a wing screw for adjustment.

Suitable for most Apple iPads, iPhones, plus most Samsung, HTC, Nokia or similar.

Size:- Height 26cm. Width 41cm. Depth 4.5cm. Weight:- 450g. Colour:- Black. Maximum Tablet/Phone width 12mm.

Price includes:- TS1 Tablet Steadymount. Price does not include the tablet or any other accessories shown on some of the pictures.

Designed and manufactured by Hague Camera Supports | Nottingham | England

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  • 5
    Excellent product

    Posted by Robert Wemyss on 28th Jul 2020

    Have now purchased two

  • 5
    Hague TS1 tablet steadymount

    Posted by Dawn Trantham on 10th Jun 2020

    This steadymount is just what I needed. I have used my iPad Mini as well as my iPhone 6s with this rig. I installed a light on one of the cold shoe mounts & my voice recorder (in mic holder) on the other.

  • 5
    Hague TS1 tablet steadymount

    Posted by Dawn Trantham on 1st Jun 2020

    This is a great steady cam mount. Easy to set up with the cold shoe mounts and easy to use the tablet holder.

  • 5
    Hague TS1 tablet steadymount

    Posted by Paul Norton on 21st Jul 2018

    A really nice, thoughtfully crested bit of kit to add to my collection of tablet movie-making gear. It’s solidly made with plenty of grip and great, simple adjustment. I just tried it with my tripod and it works like a charm. I can’t wait to get started on a bit of filming with it!

  • 4
    Camera grip

    Posted by Charles Woods on 28th Dec 2017

    Excellent value.

  • 5
    Steadymount

    Posted by Peter Baylis on 9th Oct 2017

    It's better than I thought it would be. Simple in design and layout but effective with enough 'space' for attachments such as lights/microphones. The best thing about it, for me, is that they left enough space either side so I can fit my Moondog Labs anamorphic lens and Rode i-XY microphone to the iPad 10.5... with plenty of fixing spots for a couple of lights. As for the pricing, I feel they have it just right.

  • 5
    Fantastic product - top quality

    Posted by Darren on 17th Mar 2016

    I purchased this product as it looked like the ideal solution to problems I was having holding my iPad. I have previously used mono pod but found that I was just holding the stick rather than basing it on the ground. The quality of the product is fantastic and on my first shoot, it made a really big difference. You're able to catch a really steady footage