DLC Hands-Free Video Stabilizer for DSLR and Camcorders

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SKU: CZHFVDS MFR: DL-0370

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About DLC

The Dot Line DL-0370 Hands-free Video Stabilizer for DSLR and Camcorders allows the camera operator to capture stable videos even on the move. It consists of a bracket with padded shoulder mount, a spring chest harness, 2 adjustable platforms and a heavy-duty strap. Equipped with 2 adjustable platforms (long and short with extra height), the stabilizer accommodates large camcorders and DSLRs with long telephoto lenses and small camcorders and DSLRs with short telephoto lenses.

When attached to the body, the heavy duty strap, along with spring chest harness and padded shoulder mount, offers a rigid support for efficient shooting. The snap-on connector allows you to easily attach and detach the stabilizer from the camera system. In addition, the Hands-free Video Stabilizer comes with a storage pouch that allows users to carry the unit to different shooting locations.

DLC Features

  • Allows the camera operator to capture stable videos even on the move
  • Consists of a bracket with padded shoulder mount, a spring chest harness, 2 adjustable platforms and a heavy duty strap
  • Equipped with 2 adjustable platforms (long and short with extra height)
  • Accommodates large camcorders and DSLRs with long telephoto lenses and short camcorders and DSLRs with short telephoto lenses
  • When attached to the body, the heavy duty strap, along with spring chest harness and padded shoulder mount, offers a rigid support for efficient shooting
  • Snap-on connector allows you to easily attach and detach the stabilizer from the camera system
  • Includes a storage pouch for carrying the unit to different shooting locations

DLC Specifications

Compatibility
DSLR and Camcorders
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Shopper  Can this be used for vertical shots? It seems the camera would be out of position if it were flipped to a vertical position.
Andrew R  Unfortunately no, this is for use with horizontal aspect shots (especially video).

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