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You want to know what's cooler than performing a sweet stunt or going on a sick adventure? Filming it and then sharing it online for everyone to gawk at. So if you want to become the envy of all your friends and/or the world, the first step is, well, doing cool stuff. But the equally important second step is getting the proper equipment to make the footage happen, and that's where the Cracked Shop can help you out.
It might seem a little over the top to use a phrase like "high-octane adrenaline-fueled thrill ride," but since the Slick Smart is one of the only GoPro stabilizers specifically optimized for action sports, we're forced to recommend it for any adventures you have that contain higher than the recommended daily amount of octane and/or adrenaline. It's compatible with Hero 3, 3+, 4, 5, 6, 7, and session series, and records up to four hours on a single charge.
Normally $299, you can grab yours in the Cracked Shop right now for just $269.
This gimbal doesn't just keep your shots steady; it seamlessly switches between landscape and portrait modes, and allows you to adjust your focus manually with a built-in focus wheel. You want to pan 320 degrees, with 160-degree tilt and 155-degree roll motion, like you're a fighter pilot going on a dive? You better believe it does that too.
Not only does the MOZA do all that gimby-gumby goodness you've come to expect from high-quality gimbals, but it also keeps your device charged while it records with a 5V input port. The built-in buttons also allow you to focus, zoom, view photos, and even help you perform slow-motion time lapses and panoramas.
Normally $109.99, grab yours in the Cracked Shop for just $94.99.
With a universal mount that works with any smartphone and a high-quality grip for steady shooting, the Ztylus has every situation planned for. Add in a neat mount built into the bottom, and you've got yourself a product that is the epitome of stability, both figuratively and literally.
Normally $29.95, grab yours in the Cracked Shop for just $21.95.
You want to create the one Facebook vacation video to rule them all, and this means getting 360 degree shots. And now you can! With this attachment, you can record 4K from every direction and arrange all the best parts into a single frame, which is how we imagine Dr. Manhattan sees the Universe.
Normally $239, you can get yours in the Cracked Shop now for just $199.
Insta360 connects right to your phone -- Apple or Android -- and allows you to record and edit 360-degree footage directly from your device using "Flowstate" stabilization technology. And while "Flowstate" might sound like a terrible Keanu Reeves film from 1994, it's actually just a technology that keeps everything you record hypnotically smooth.
Normally $299, you can get yours in the Cracked Shop for just $239.
This tripod is compact and weightless, but still packs all the heft you demand of something that's going to be carrying an expensive piece of camera equipment. Despite weighing less than a pound, it still features 36 rigging points and 180 degrees of motion. Plus it looks like a raptor claw, and raptors are cool.
Normally $99, buy yours in the Cracked Shop right now for just $69.
Contained within this one device is everything you need to get to the front page of the crazy parts of Reddit. This camera has a 12MP HD wide-angle lens, IPx68 waterproof rating, and equipment that easily attaches to your helmet, bike, or car. You can get three hours of footage on a single charge while plunging down 30 feet into water. Just remember: Whatever insane stunt you decide to do, make sure you do it safely. (And more importantly, at least remember to turn the camera on.)
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