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Cam Caddie  

Revolutionary Home Video Product from Cam Caddie Now Available Worldwide
Cam Caddie has introduced a revolutionary product, called the “Scorpion,” for purchase with professional and amateur videographers around the globe in mind. Perfect for any type of camera with video capabilities – from handheld video cameras, to a digital camera, or a cell phone – the Scorpion guarantees a smooth and steady shot without the hassle of bulky and expensive equipment.

Glendale, Ca (PRWEB) June 2, 2009 – Cam Caddie, the leader in universal stabilizing camera handles, announced today the worldwide availability of the Cam Caddie Scorpion, a revolutionary professional and home video piece of equipment.

The simple design works by using the weight of the camera as a counter balance. The Scorpion is very easy to use and has no learning curve like many of the other steadicam devices.

Since the invention of YouTube and other online video services, online video has become one of the most popular ways to reach audiences both big and small. For years videographers have struggled with making their videos come out with a clear, stable picture that doesn’t move around and have that “home movie” feel.

Daniel McElderry, President of Cam Caddie, figured out why that is. “Cameras are just too small. The compact design of the modern video camera and digital SLR makes it very difficult to hold the camera and even harder to get a smooth and steady shot. It doesn’t matter if you’re making a home movie or your next YouTube clip – you want your footage to look good!”

The Scorpion ensures that will happen with incredible results. It takes the idea of a bulky steadicam and tripod, and puts it in one easy to use handheld device. It works with any recording device, from a handheld camera to a cell phone.

The Cam Caddie is the perfect accessory for anyone with a camera. The Scorpion transforms a point and shoot camera into a fully functional video camera truly eliminating the need for two cameras. Digital point and shoot cameras now take video and still images with amazing clarity. The new Digital SLR cameras like the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and the Nikon D90 even shoot high definition video. Video footage will be smooth and steady and not have that “home movie” look.

Furthermore, the Cam Caddie Scorpion naturally allows people to shoot from mid chest level. While most people shoot video from eye level, the natural focal point is actually closer to the chest. The Scorpion inherently fixes this problem without any extra effort.

Parents are raving about the Cam Caddie Scorpion. Michael Gleason of Agoura Hills, CA, said, “I received my Scorpion last week and since then I can’t put it down. I no longer feel like I’m trapped behind the camera, missing out on all the action. It makes it so easy to film my newborn son.”

With a video camera of some capacity already in virtually every household across the United States, the market for Cam Caddie is tremendous. This is clearly evident by the many different kinds of retailers that are already carrying the product. The Scorpion can be found in all major camera retailers such as B&H Photo and Adorama Photo. It can also be found in specialty stores like Sport Chalet, Skateboard Shops, and even Specialty Baby Boutiques.

It is available throughout most of the industrialized world, with outlets in more than 60 countries throughout North and South America, Asia and Europe.



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