A video tripod is essential for professional shooting, but even hobby videographers benefit greatly from a good video tripod.
Video tripods come in all shapes and sizes, and can cost anywhere from $10 to $1000. With this video tripod list I've tried to find something for everyone. So whether you're looking for something to hold your cell phone steady, or a video tripod that can handle a 15 pound HD camera, there's a video tripod here for you.
If you shoot video with your cellphone, try this video tripod. It has a universal clips so that it can hold your phone steady, even if it doesn't have a tripod mount.
This super small video tripod can fit in your pocket, and is for use with lightweight video cameras. You can't use this tripod for camera movements like pans and zooms, but it will give you much steadier shot than holding the camera in your hand.
This is a tabletop video tripod with more features than the Gorillapod. It can be used for pans and tilts, but only with lighweight camcorders.
If you have a Sony camcorder, consider this video tripod. Through it's remote control system, you can access camcorder features like zoom and focus through the tripod handle. It's lightweight and a little short, but users love the high-tech features.
This inexpensive video tripod includes a feature not often seen on tripods in this price range - a bubble level. This will make sure that your videos are not just steady but straight.
This video tripod kit is great for videographers on the go. It has many features and accessories for shooting in a variety of situations.
This video tripod has a hefty price tag, but it's worth it for such a professional product. It will give you smooth movements, even with heavy camcorders, and a lot of height.
This device is both a shoulder support, helping you get extra-steady handheld shots, as well a tabletop video tripod for steady still shots.
This multi-mount lets you use one tripod for two camcorders.
This is a specialized video tripod for shooting out of car windows. You'll only want to use it for small, lightwieght camcorders, but it can help you get great, creative shots.
This multipod lets you get steady shots in a variety of situations. It's very lightweight and flixible.
This isn't a video tripod, but a tripod accessory. It's an inexpensive dolly that you can put your tripod on top of for smooth camera movements.