Get the film look with this awesome steadicam stabilizer called Yelangu s60t. It's affordable so it's perfect for indie filmakers. You get the steadycam in a small bag together with a manual, a hex key and some extra weights. It's made out of carbon fiber, and weights only 800 grams without the weights.
The key elements of a good steadicam is the three axis gimbal with the yaw axis, pitch axis, and roll axis, the option to adjust the camera back and forth and side to side, adding weights and adjusting it up and down. The Yelangu s60t have it all, and it's easy to adjust.
The Yelangu s60t can handle cameras up to 3kg, so DSLRs are perfect. If you are using DSLR cameras or smaller, and do take care of your equipment while traveling, the Yelangu a60t is exactly the product you need. Actually it’s cheaper then to build one yourself.
UPDATE: I bought mine at the IBC exhibition in Amsterdam September 2015 for $50. The price may vary from place to place, so be sure to do some research bef...