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DLC Video Stabilizer with Grip and Quick Release

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Product Highlights

  • Padded chest and shoulder supports
  • Quick release camera plate
  • Padded hand grip
  • Adjustable strap
  • Storage pouch
  • Stabilizing Body Support Body Support
  • Made For DSLRs
DLC Video Stabilizer: Picture 1 regular $53.12

About DLC Video Stabilizer

The DLC Video Stabilizer with Grip and Quick Release is complete and economical featuring a fully adjustable camera mount allowing viewing through the viewfinder or via the LCD screen with padded shoulder and chest supports as well as a padded hand grip under the camera platform that is removable. The platform features a camera quick release plate allowing the photographer or videographer to quickly attach or remove the camera from the stabilizer. There is also a heavy duty, adjustable strap providing extra security, allowing hands-free shooting.

DLC Video Stabilizer Features

  • Padded chest and shoulder supports
  • Quick release camera plate
  • Padded hand grip
  • Adjustable strap
  • Storage pouch

DLC Video Stabilizer Specifications

Quick Release
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Reviewed by 2 customers


great unit


Its solid, fits perfect, I really dont know what else you would expect. it does what it says it does.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Very comfortable shoulder mount


I like the way it seems to just grip your body and makes it very easy to handle a camera for long periods of time.


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Victor G  Its this product is good for CanonEOS T3i body too?
Andrew R  Unfortunately no, the fit and function with a DSLR would be less than ideal.
ALICE S  There's nowhere near enough info on this item to help me decide whether or not to buy. What is the function of the strap? Does it go around the body through the chest pad? How does this work to hold the rig in place? Is there a way to tilt the camera base up higher to actually look through the camera's viewfinder without leaning your head forward? Thanks, Alice S.
MATTHEW D  I'll do my best here to answer your questions. The strap (best as I can tell) goes around your other shoulder for stability and to make sure the thing just doesn't slip off. There is a riser in the box (at least in mine) that gives you some latitude on how high up the camera mounts but in general I would say this is made to be used with the LCD screen, not the viewfinder. I bought this to do a quick mobile shoot because I had nothing else to use and would probably only use it a couple of times a year at most. It is adequate for stabilization once you get used to it but it has many shortcomings. You have to move your whole body to aim....up, down, pan. The unit does not fit large people well. I would call this a useful cheap alternative to spending $300-1000 on a real shoulder rig. But, if you are going to use it regularly (like for a business) I would save my pennies and buy a real shoulder rig.
scott m  would this stabilizer work with a jvc hd200.The camera is 9 pounds?
CHRISTOPHER J  Hi Scott I bought this stabilizer for a Canon XA 10 camcorder. It fit on the quick release plate but I didn't really care much for the unit itself. It is only 1.7 lbs. I wish I could be of more help! Chris
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