Stedi-Stock II Shoulder Brace Stabilizer for Cameras, Camcorders & Scopes with Quick Re...
Stedi-Stock II Shoulder Brace Stabilizer w/ Quick Release (Camo) Stability with Mobility The Stedi-Stock II is a Brace, Camera Stabilizer + Shoulder Mount for Cameras, Camcorders + Spotting Scopes all rolled up in one ultra-light device. It helps eliminate camera shake, and assists in producing higher quality, crisp pictures and smooth, stable videos. Made in the USA, this innovative device is shaped like a traditional rifle stock, and provides a highly maneuverable, lightweight, steady platform for all types of photographic devices, from large camcorders to miniscule point-and-shoot digital cameras, and even spotting scopes. An adjustable thumb nut makes attaching and adjusting the Stedi-Stock II easy for anyone to use (and helps balance the weight of the stock if needed), and an adjustable shoulder strap makes it simple to carry. This model also includes the Tripod/Monopod Quick Release. Simply attach it to any tripod, monopod or window mount to accompany the Stedi-Stock II with a quick, effortless disconnect for immediate conversion to shoulder use. Whether in the backyard with family or enjoying the great outdoors, the Stedi-Stock in the perfect accessory for taking shake-free photos, smooth videos, and more! Key Features: Made of a high-strength nylon plastic Provides a stable platform for cameras, camcorders, scopes and more Eliminates the need for heavy, cumbersome tripods Includes tripod/monopod quick release Adjustable for eye relief Dimensions: 14.5 x 6.25 x 1.5 in. (37 x 15.9 x 3.8cm) Weight: 10 oz. (284g) see more...
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