Tuesday, October 18, 2011

First look at the Aletta Stabilizer Generation II. More will be revealed every day. **** All my Pentax e-books are 25% off through October 31, 2011.****

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As a precursor to my upcoming e-book for the Pentax Q system, and in appreciation of your encouragement, I am giving a 25% discount on all e-books purchased between now and October 31, 2011. All you have to do is to enter this coupon code at purchase time.

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You can actually cut and paste the code to your order.

You can order the e-books here:
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Yvon Bourque



Watch this site in the coming days, I will be introducing the next generation of Stabilizers, available for all brand of DSLRs, including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Olympus, Leica and essentially all brands of cameras. I listened to all my customers of the first generation  of Stabilizers, and incorporated the features most requested. This will include a universal mount, the ability to stabilize in Portrait or landscape, Additional mounting legs design, and more.
The original "Stabilizer". This particular Stabilizer was designed specifically for the Canon EOS 5D Mk II.  The Stabilizers were only available for some of the most popular DSLRs only. (Canon 5D and D700, Nikon D700, D7000 and D300S, Pentax K-7 and K-5)

What's new with the AlettA Stabilizer Generation II? Tonight, let's look at the top view.


 

This is the "Stabilizer" Generation II. It is a universal fit and any DSLR will fit on this Stabilizer. Note the three slots, separated by 1/4" and 3" wide. This allows the mounting of any camera, while keeping the camera centered on the Stabilizer. The square opening, that was used to attach a handgrip is discontinued and has been replaced by a new attachment method, that permits the quick removal/installation of a handgrip. With this new design, more metal was removed underneath the Stabilizer, bringing the weight down from 12 ounces to 9 ounces.




Tomorrow, I will show the new attachment for taking Portrait photographs, while still stabilizing your camera. Please come back.

Check videos of the Stabilizer Generation I.


Thank you for reading,


Yvon Bourque
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