NAB 2014: Big Balance Stabilizers, Hand Held Gimbals You Can Afford (video)

Written by Gina Smith

At NAB 2014, Kerry Kinsey interviewed Ken Leung at Big Balance, examining affordable video stabilizers for everything from iPhones to SteadyCams. Check out the short video for more details. — Big Balance exec Ken Leung showed me his firm’s line of affordable video stabilizers. Starting at $220, these handheld electronic gimbal products will stabilize, he said, pretty much any device that shoots videos. That means SteadyCams, action cameras, DSLRs, GoPros and camcorders of all sizes — and smartphones, tablet and video monitors, too. Check out my video interview with Ken Leung at NAB 2014 below.

Video: Kerry Kinsey for aNewDomain, shooter Justin Grant and exec producer Justin Webb for aNewDomainTV

Ken told me the firm is targeting the line of stabilizers not just at video pros but also at action sports enthusiasts and amateur shooters now entering the field via DSLR, tablets, smartphone cams and GoPros. We’ll be reviewing more of Big Balance’s stabilizers in the near future here at aNewDomain.

For, I’m Kerry Kinsey reporting from the ShowStoppers press event at NAB 2014.

Based in Atlanta, Kerry Kinsey is the sports editor at He’s an Emmy-nominated and seven-time AP Award-winning television sports and news anchor/reporter. Kerry has worked in many TV markets including Houston, Philadelphia, Louisville, and Salt Lake City. He’s covered major sporting events, such as the NCAA Final Four, the World Series, the Daytona 500, the Indianapolis 500, the Kentucky Derby, the PGA Championship, and the Heisman Trophy presentation. As an “Army Brat,” Kerry lived in Japan, Hawaii, Texas, Louisiana, and Georgia. Kerry is passionate about sports and in particular his Atlanta and Georgia sports teams—Falcons, Braves, Hawks, and Bulldogs. His email address is