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  • posted by pera038 on 04/25/2013

    Pros: Verry light and stable. Verry adjustuable. Belt is exselent but do not know why i' gonna use to.screws are solid and well kept. I think they are well done and will not make the problem Cons: Not so strong. Finis perform is not great but still verry good. When I mount heavier camera somewhat be threaded and squeaks... But nothing serioues.... Read more

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  • posted by IgorBlitz on 01/28/2013

    Pros: - PRICE!!! - Comes with a nice bag. - It's very lightweight. - Works perfect with my Canon EOS 60D and a Sigma 24-70mm lens (around 1.6kg). - You don't get tired too soon. - My shots are much stable now. - The extension arm is perfect!!! Cons: - I don't use the "quick" release plate, because it seems to be too fragile and it's a... Read more

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  • posted by razvanutza on 10/21/2012

    Pros: Very usefull when handling cameras/DSLRs: The weight is transferred to your body; no hand fatigue Image stabilization You can actually take pictures with one hand Lightweight When needed you can detach the camera very quickly Cons: You can only take pictures / film at the head level OtherThoughts: I use it for my DSLRs (a Canon 7D and Nik... Read more

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  • posted by dvm999 on 03/11/2012

    Pros: Makes the thing which is designed for - camera is stabilized and video is shot much smoother now. Can't replace professional rigs and stabilizers - but still perfect choice for amateur or semi-pro photographer/cameramen. Standard connection is used so it fits well on the majority of devices. Works fine with my Canon EOS 60D plus extra equ... Read more

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  • posted by Kulalex on 12/11/2011

    Pros: It's functional: you can turn it as you wish, even 180 degrees. It suppurts different photo and video devices. I uded it with my Sony CX100 camera and with Nikon D80. As a result it's a useful thing both to photographers and cameramen. The soft supports at the shoulder and belly help to work for a long period. The quality of plastic is ve... Read more

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  • posted by thezigner2 on 06/21/2011

    Pros: Do the job well done, but only for lightwighted cameras and/or rigs. It looks sturdy at first look. The extention arm can let you place the camera lcd just in front of your eyes. Cons: Can't handle more than 5kg. Mine broke the extention "arm" at the first usage. I was using a 2 cameras setup with rails, but sure less than 6kg.... Read more

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  • posted by max258 on 03/21/2011

    Pros: Best buy for me. Confortable, easy of use, many postions. Good quality. Perfect handing Unplug plate for DSLR camera or camcorder Cons: I find only one negative. Weight. Is it for small camcorders or dslr. Weight more then 10 kg is impossible. I saw video on youtube with test and weight is only one think negative, but is it normal, that y... Read more

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