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Dot Line DL-V7 Video Stabilizer

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Dot Line DL-V7 Video Stabilizer
Key Features
  • Handheld Stabilizer for Mid-Size Cameras
  • Allows Stable, Shake-Free Motion Shots
  • Soft-Grip Gimbal Handle
  • Vertically Adjustable Counterweights
The DL-V7 Video Stabilizer from Dot Line is a handheld camera support featuring a soft-grip gimbal handle and three counterweights. It enables you to achieve more stable, shake-free shots when following a subject on foot, climbing up and down stairs, and generally walking or running with your camera. It's ideal for DSLRs and other mid-size and small cameras.
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Given a rating scale of 1-10, ten being best: How good of a product is this? Durable? Practical? Ive looked at better models that cost $400-$600, but dont feel I need to spend that much for this type of accessory gear. Can you provide some input about this product? Is it a high seller item?
Asked by: Anonymous
Dot Line offers tremendous value. The DL-V7 is a great example of an entry level product suitable for beginners or for the casual or occasional user. It is not designed to compete with more expensive professional gear. That said, it is s a fine choice under $100.00. This is a new product and there is no track record accrued yet.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-25


I did not see how much weight this device can handle. My camera fully loaded weighs 2lb 2 oz.
Asked by: Anonymous
The new DLC V7 DSLR Video Rig is designed to help relieve some of the weight problems encountered by the photographer when he puts all of his gear on the rig: DSLR, LED light, microphone, monitor, and follow focus unit. The weight can get to be upwards of 10 lbs.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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