• The Jaybilizer HDSLR

    The DSLR Stabilizer

Richard Allen Crook shares his review of the Jaybilizer HDSLR 2.0

Following is Richard Allen Crook review of the jabilizer HDSLR from the  Planet 5D blog. ” The Jaybilizer HDSLR 2.0 Stabilizer is a simple yet effective stabilizer option for those not needing a full stabilizer rig. The unit is only $249 and you even have the option to build your own unit by following the instructions on the website. Some of the Positives: Small, light, and easy to use Doesn’t require a degree in stabilizer operation Easy to balance with the forward/back and side/side adjustment plates Great low price with DIY option Some of the Negatives: Gimble movement translates slightly to the unit. (The more you can move the handle without affecting the unit the better) Bottom of unit tends to bump into forearm Side/side balancing adjustment needs to start further to the left due to DSLRs being rightside-heavy. Overall for the price and even considering the negatives (that can be worked around), this is a great tool for the DSLR users’ toolbox. Richard Allen Crook a director and cinematographer and owner of Crooked Path Films in Dallas, TX.”

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