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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Balancing a DSLR on the MiniDV Stabilizer Pro Camera Stabilizer - Canon T3i

Brought to you by popular request, we now have a balancing tutorial for DSLR cameras! The Canon T3i was used for example purposes, but the instructions will work for most DSLR's within the 1-3.5 pound weight range of the MiniDV Stabilizer Pro. These Instructions can also be used for our standard MiniDV Stabilizer with Off-set/3in Extension depending on camera weight.

Get your stabilizer today at:
http://www.BalvanzEnterprises.com/MiniDVStabilizerPro.html

Monday, October 15, 2012

October Video Submissions

Cutt Dogg- "40 Bars" (Canon T3i Music Video)

Submitted by: Christopher Jared Cotton of Cotton Films


Balvanz Enterprises Specter Stabilizer(First Test)

Submitted by: Christopher Jared Cotton of Cotton Films

Friday, October 5, 2012

DIY Garage - New to Balvanz Enterprises

We are pleased to announce the addition of our NEW
DIY Garage

 

Everything you need to get your DIY Camera Stabilizer Project started.

DIY Camera Stabilizer Anatomy

The anatomy of a floating camera stabilizer is fairly standard. How you implement it, however, is up to you. The example shown is broken down to its base components, many of which are available at the DIY Garage. Some components are simple to build, while others require precision machining. Don't let equipment limitations stop your DIY project by shopping with us!

Camera Stabilizer Head Plate Blank

ABS Plastic head plate blanks

Camera Stabilizer Extendable Main Tubes

Extendable Main Tubes from 7" up to 24"

DIY Camera Stabilizer Steel Main Tubes

Solid Main Tubes for the Upper or Lower Main Tube section of your stabilizer


DIY Camera Stabilizer Base Plate Blank

ABS Plastic Base Plate Blanks



3-Axis DIY Camera Stabilizer Gimbal

2-Axis and 3-Axis Gimbals