If you’re looking for a bang for your buck telephoto zoom lens then this might be the one for you. It features a long 250mm zoom with built in image stabilization and all for under $250! It’s designed for EOS DSLR cameras that use the EF-S lens mounts with APS-C sized sensors. 
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Our video camera system is perfect for the run and gun, live event shooter. 

What makes the SteadyDSLR great for on the fly video shooting is that it can be changed from a handheld steadycam into a shoulder support in under a minute! Our DSLR rig/Camcorder Rig is easy to get set up and can handle up to 5 pounds (2.27 kg) of video camera weight! Stabilizer demo videos and info here! 

Canon Announces EOS-1D W (Camo)!

"Featuring Canon’s proven 61-Point High Density Reticular AF, Extreme Fast Shooting up to 24 fps, 39.9-Megapixel Near-Full-Frame CMOS Sensor, Outstanding ISO Sensitivity up to 204800, Dual Pixel CMOS AF II, Full HD Video Recording, Extreme-Durability Camouflage Finish, Development Announcement of EF 200-600mm f/4 L W IS USM/STM Lens"


 The SteadyDSLR works with DSLRs and Camcorders!

With the fusion of DSLR picture cameras and HD video the independent film making community has the technology to create professional looking movies without breaking the bank. Camcorders have also come a long way in the last 10 years which is why the SteadyDSLR has mounting options for DSLRs and Camcorders.
SteadyDSLR Camera Mounting Options
Since DSLR video cameras have off set mounting points the SteadyDSLR also has off set mounting points to compensate for easy balancing. Lighter DSLR camera bodies like the Canon t3i don't need the off set mounting points on our rig because they aren't heavy enough but heavier camera bodies like the Canon 1d, 5d, and 7d do. There are also centered mounting options for the centered mounting points found on camcorders. 

The SteadyDSLR (Steady DSLR) can stabilize DSLR cameras and Camcorders in either steadycam or shoulder mount mode! This video shows how quick it can be set up in both stabilizer modes!