CES 2014: The Tiffen Company Unveils New Steadicam CURVE For GoPro HERO

The Tiffen Company announced the availability of its new Steadicam CURVE for GoPro HERO camera stabilizer system.

tiffenMaking its official launch at CES 2014 in Tiffen booth 9143, which is located right next to the GoPro booth in Central Hall, Steadicam CURVE for GoPro HERO is a stealth camera stabilizing system from the Academy Award-winning Steadicam family of products. Designed for action-packed, one-handed GoPro HERO camera shoots, Steadicam CURVE weighs in at a mere half-pound. Its compact form factor gives GoPro HERO users the freedom to shoot shake-free video using Steadicam’s legendary stabilization technology with clever options to lock the camera to frame, using it as a handgrip for rock-solid performance on the wildest of adventures. The compact handle folds up small enough to fit in a pants pocket.

“At Tiffen, every product we manufacture has one single purpose – to help create the world’s greatest images. We have held this steadfast focus for more than 75 years and the commitment has translated into innovative products that pioneer new paths in image making, delivering outstanding value and performance for both consumers and professionals,” says Steve Tiffen, President and CEO, The Tiffen Company. “Steadicam CURVE for GoPro HERO is the perfect example of this philosophy: the same award-winning technology used in Hollywood is at the very heart of the CURVE system, giving the GoPro community a product that can take their impressive videos to the next level. And GoPro HERO users couldn’t be more excited. These action sports enthusiasts are shooting some of the world’s most amazing material, and thanks to the Steadicam CURVE for GoPro HERO, those wild moments are captured with a steady hand.”

The groundbreaking development from Steadicam, which was announced earlier this year, has already gained industry recognition for its one-of-a-kind design. In July, Steadicam CURVE for GoPro HERO received Dealerscope’s CE Week Line Show 2013 Best in Show Premier Product award in the Digital Imaging category. In choosing the winners, Dealerscope Editor-in-Chief Jeff O’Heir chose winners based on unique product design, quality build, exceptional user experience, and practical and sensible features, among other criteria. This past November, CURVE™ also earned an honorable mention from NewBay Media for its Product Innovation Awards, which recognizes excellence in manufacturing, praising some of the industry’s most innovative new products that serve TV, professional video and broadcast/online radio users.

Domke Next Generation Makes a Stylish Entry at CES 2014
The Tiffen Company is also showcasing its brand new Domke Next Generation camera bag line at CES. Keeping with the core Domke DNA and personality, Domke Next Generation is Tiffen’s stylish new camera bag lineup featuring a patent-pending GearProtex insert and PocketFlex storage component system.

“Domke Next Generation is an evolution in every sense of the word,” states Steve Tiffen, President and CEO, The Tiffen Company. “We’ve spent a number of years researching, testing and perfecting this line of camera bags to ensure it lives up to the Domke name photographers have trusted for nearly 40 years. We’re confident Domke Next Generation bags will more than satisfy loyal fans as well as win over many new ones.”

Domke Next Generation includes the Journalist Series, the Adventurer Series, the Metro Series and Viewfinder Series. Each series offers several purpose-designed models, materials and colors. Shooters can customize their Domke bag using the new PocketFlex™ storage component system, an ingenious system of pockets, patches and pouches that keep accessories such as lenses safe and secure. The GearProtex™ system lets shooters organize bags into compartments of any size or shape using bendable, self-adhering separators.

Proud of its rich heritage, Domke is the official bag of the White House News Photographer Association.

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