Apple products always generate the most third-party accessories and often, some of the most bizarre.  The latest iPhone is no exception.  The addition of video in the 3GS enables video mount manufacturers to jump on the bandwagon.  First, there was the hilariously cumbersome and Frankenstein-esque shoulder-mounted video stabilizer created by the experimental folks at Pixel Corps.  The next logical step are the actual products that promise smoother video at the cost of embarrassing accessories that completely defeat the purpose of having a sleek and portable unit like an iPhone.

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