Given the overwhelming use of GoPro cameras in extreme action sports, it’s no surprise that the majority of videos shot on GoPros suffer often from camera shake, ruining what would otherwise be stunning captures. A new Indiegogo campaign by tech start-up Aetho aims to solve this problem with the slick and sturdily designed Aeon camera gimbal, or stabilizer. While existing GoPro gimbals are plagued by overly delicate or clunky design, the Aeon looks great and feels solid in the hand, while controlling the GoPro with the gimbal’s 3-axis articulation is easy — just point your knuckles in any direction and the GoPro will follow. The Aeon also comes with an LCD screen that hooks up to the GoPro, as well as a joystick to independently move the mount in whatever direction. Slated to ship in early 2016, the Aeon will retail for $350 USD when released.