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Image Stabilization invention

 
KarlGB77
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Oct 16, 2011 15:46 |  #1

New IS for 24-70, 17-40, etc etc...


http://www.wimp.com/ea​systabilizer/ (external link)

What do you think?

Necessity is the mother of invention......or something to that effect.

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Oct 16, 2011 15:48 |  #2

Old but tried and true method.


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Oct 16, 2011 18:53 |  #3

Wow, first time hearing about this! I am going to give this a try!


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Oct 17, 2011 06:23 |  #4

Thats one of the first things i made when i got my dslr, i used fishing line though its more durable and bright green


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Oct 17, 2011 06:27 |  #5

I have seen that before. The tube in the beginning kind of threw me off a bit. :D


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Oct 17, 2011 08:23 |  #6

i have never heard of this before! i will definitely give this a try!!

didgit wrote in post #13260690 (external link)
i used fishing line though its more durable and bright green

i wonder, does the fishing line stretch a little though? or did you braid the fishing line to make it stronger with 3 strands?



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Oct 17, 2011 11:51 as a reply to  @ hensgonwild's post |  #7

Here we go again...


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Oct 17, 2011 15:11 |  #8

hensgonwild wrote in post #13260983 (external link)
i have never heard of this before! i will definitely give this a try!!


i wonder, does the fishing line stretch a little though? or did you braid the fishing line to make it stronger with 3 strands?

If you're pulling hard enough to stretch the line you're pulling too hard? You just want to take the shake out, you're not trying to land a yellowtail.


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Oct 18, 2011 05:33 as a reply to  @ n0w0rries's post |  #9

Im just waiting for someone to forget about the string and try to walk forward......




  
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