Sunday, May 1, 2011

We may have the AlettA Stabilizer for your DSLR in stock and ready to ship. Check out for Pentax, Nikon and Canon DSLRs.

Hi Pentaxian friends.

I received a lot of emails asking if the current AlettA Stabilizer would fit several or all DSLRs. Not having all cameras brands and models on hand, it would just be guessing from my part to tell you if the current Stabilizer would fit under your camera or battery grip with certainty. I know for sure that it fits perfectly under the Pentax K-5 and Pentax K-7. I visited Sammy's Camera in Pasadena last week and traced templates for the Nikon D-7000, D-700 and D300s, as well as the Canon 5D and 7D. Upon close analysis, I found that the differences between all of these cameras, in terms of footprint, were negligible and that the current Stabilizer would indeed work just fine.

Although we are working on making dedicated Stabilizers for all of the most popular DSLRs, you may want to check the template below with your camera. I do have to say that the Stabilizer works better when installed under a battery grip for the simple reason that the distance between the lens and the Stabilizer is greater and allows for bigger lens (diameter wise).

Click on the image below to download a full size PDF image that you can print on your own printer. I included the dimensions so that you can check the accuracy of your printer. If not accurate, you can change the printer output in terms of percentage (up or down) until your print measurements are 1 to 1 when verified with a ruler. Note that you can also adjust the image size on your monitor until the dimensions are accurate, but you may risk scratching the screen.

To find out more about the AlettA Stabilizers, click on the links below:

AlettA Photographic

What is the Stabilizer?


P.S. If you have, or your friends have Nikon or Canon, or Sony or Olympus cameras, please let them know about the Stabilizers. It would be legitimate, for anyone but me, to post it's availability on any and all forums. I can't do it as it would be considered spamming.

Thank you for your visit,

Yvon Bourque
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