Check Out This Feature-Packed Gimbal for Less Than $100 Record your weekend adventures in uncompromising style, flexibility, and flair.

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We've all got a little weekend warrior in us. Whether you're into extreme sports, traveling on the weekends, or just getting outside for a walk, sometimes you want to indulge your creativity by recording your adventures. If you don't want to have your phone in your hand at all times, consider investing in a gimbal. For instance, the Hohem iSteady Pro 2 3-Axis Handheld Action Camera Gimbal.

This action-optimized gimbal has a 4.5/5 star rating on Amazon for good reason. It works with just about any action camera and has a 30 percent torque improvement on the previous model and the 30º angled design on-roll motor is attached to a longer support arm so you can record more dynamic, comprehensive video without worrying about obstructions. The handheld controls, with pan 600º rotation, make it easy to control the field of vision so you always get the shot you're looking for. Plus, with the Hohem Gimbal app, you can set personal parameters, perform 6-side calibration, and get even more control over your shots.

Take charge of your creativity and record your adventures in action-packed style. The Hohem iSteady Pro 2 3-Axis Handheld Action Camera Gimbal is available for just $99.

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