DIY Tennis Ball Photography Stabilization Unit [DIY]

16 Ott/09

DIY web site Instructables details how to make an image stabilizing unit to supplement your steady hand using a tennis ball and a few nuts and bolts.

The device connects to the bottom of your camera to provide a counterweight that can help you snap your photographs shake-free, and it’s a decidedly cheaper alternative to image stabilization lenses:

Its task is to act as an adequate stabilisation unit, for a Compact point and shoot or a DSLR camera. The principal is based on a floating buoy. The mass of the camera is equalised by the counter-weight, which is self locating. Therefore deadening fluctuations of movement.

If you have a tough time keeping your shots steady, breathing like a sniper hasn’t helped enough, and you’re paying for it with shaky, blurred photographs, this DIY stabilization tool is worth a try.

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