Monday, April 11, 2011

The Aletta DSLR Stabilizer...what does it do?

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Hi Pentaxian friends.

 The AlettA "DSLR Stabilizer" is finally available.



Available for the Pentax K-5 and Pentax K-7.
Available for theCanon EOS 5D Mk II and EOS 7D.

Available for the Nikon D7000, D700 and S300S.


The AlettA Stabilizer does the following:

It protects your camera from scratches.

It protects the attached lens or lens' hood from damages when resting on a table or other surface.

It incorporates a spirit bubble level, slightly offset for better reading, assuring horizontal level.

It includes a 1/4" threaded hole to install the whole camera system on a tripod for studio work.

It uses a genuine non-slip "egrips" on the top surface to prevent camera shifting.

It has an adjustable hand grip for secure camera holding. (A genuine leather hand grip is available at extra cost.)

It is made with aircraft aluminum, CNC machined for durability and quality. (No cheap plastic here)

It is powder coated with a durable black semi-gloss finish, matching the look and durability of your camera finish.

It has (3) sets of interchangeable and adjustable legs, allowing up to nearly 1-1/2" elevation differences.

It allows you to take pictures at very slow shutter speeds.

It makes telephoto handheld picture taking sturdier by providing a support point for the left hand

It allows low-to-the-ground picture taking.

It conforms to almost any surface, levels up to perfect horizontal position, and permits shake-free and blur free images.

Additional uses reported by beta users:

"I was at a restaurant and my camera was on the table with the stabilizer. My wife spilled her drink. It got everybody wet, except for the camera. The Tequila flowed under the camera." The Tequila flood was avoided with the Stabilizer island.

"Taking street photography, the camera can we held up against a wall for low light photography. I also set the camera on a table at an outside Coffee shop and took several candid shots of people walking by. I got some great shots."

I took pictures of flowers and wanted an ultra-low perspective. By setting the camera on the ground with the stabilizer my image came out perfectly, as I imagined...but without having to put my face in the dirt.


Downside:

Be prepared to answer questions from other photographers everywhere you go. They are intrigued by the Stabilizer.


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For all the other peripherals it replaces, all incorporated in one unit, we are introducing our "DSLR Stabilizer" at a price of $149.95 U.S.  Purchase yours here: Aletta Photographic




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