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Dot Line DL-0370 Hands-free Video Stabilizer for DSLR and Camcorders

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Dot Line DL-0370 Hands-free Video Stabilizer for DSLR and Camcorders
Key Features
  • Allows to Capture Videos on the Move
  • Bracket with Padded Shoulder Mount
  • Spring Chest Harness
  • 2 Adjustable Platforms
The Dot Line DL-0370 Hands-free Video Stabilizer for DSLR and Camcorders allows the camera operator to capture stable videos even on the move. It consists of a bracket with padded shoulder mount, a spring chest harness, 2 adjustable platforms, and a heavy-duty strap. Equipped with 2 adjustable platforms (long and short with extra height), the stabilizer accommodates large camcorders and DSLRs with long telephoto lenses, and small camcorders and DSLRs with short telephoto lenses.


When attached to the body, the heavy duty strap, along with spring chest harness and padded shoulder mount, offers a rigid support for efficient shooting. The snap-on connector allows you to easily attach and detach the stabilizer from the camera system. In addition, the Hands-free Video Stabilizer comes with a storage pouch that allows users to carry the unit to different shooting locations


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The Dot Line DL-0370 Hands-free Video Stabilizer for DSLR and Camcorders allows the camera operator to capture stable videos even on the move. It consists of a bracket with padded shoulder mount, a spring chest harness, 2 adjustable platforms, and a heavy-duty strap. Equipped with 2 adjustable platforms (long and short with extra height), the stabilizer accommodates large camcorders and DSLRs with long telephoto lenses, and small camcorders and DSLRs with short telephoto lenses.


When attached to the body, the heavy duty strap, along with spring chest harness and padded shoulder mount, offers a rigid support for efficient shooting. The snap-on connector allows you to easily attach and detach the stabilizer from the camera system. In addition, the Hands-free Video Stabilizer comes with a storage pouch that allows users to carry the unit to different shooting locations


Allows the camera operator to capture stable videos even on the move
Consists of a bracket with padded shoulder mount, a spring chest harness, 2 adjustable platforms, and a heavy duty strap
Equipped with 2 adjustable platforms (long and short with extra height)
Accommodates large camcorders and DSLRs with long telephoto lenses, and short camcorders and DSLRs with short telephoto lenses
When attached to the body, the heavy duty strap, along with spring chest harness and padded shoulder mount, offers a rigid support for efficient shooting
Snap-on connector allows you to easily attach and detach the stabilizer from the camera system
Includes a storage pouch for carrying the unit to different shooting locations
UPC: 034447043856

Dot Line DL-0370 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight2.245 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)15.55 x 6.7 x 4.95"

Dot Line DL-0370 Reviews

Sturdy and cool tool

By Marsha
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-19

I tried very briefly and need to test it more. It's comfortable enough and keeps my hands free. No complaints. I will update this review after I film professional wrestling on September 11th.

Good for the money

By Anonymous
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2015-11-04

I was looking for an inexpensive stabilizer for my DSLR video for on the go shooting. This works fine for my needs especially given the price point. I like its simplicity of use and comfort. There is no learning curve.

Good for multiple camera use

By SPS Comm Relations S.
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2015-11-03

A relatively simple piece of gear that gives me a bit more freedom of movement when using two cameras at once.

keeps video stable

By William
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2015-09-09

Keeps video stable but not the most comfortable gadget. Inexpensive alternative when a tripod isn't an convenient. I keep it in the car so it is always available.

amazing basic stabilizer for the GH5 weight class cameras.

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-18

For the money, nothing comes CLOSE to this stabilizers ease of use for the moderately sized mirrorless cams. Panasonic GH5 or similar.

Footage still Shayk�with this

By antonio
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2018-01-21

I don't see the point in buying this. A regular rig at least gives you extra space for accessories.

good for the price but not more

By Zviad
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2017-06-22

poor design, hope will work well.

Great little tool

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-04-04

Being a professional ENG Photographer I am used to having heavy ENG Cameras on my shoulder to shoot. My DSLR weighs 10 lbs lighter but was hard to keep steady shooting video until this came along. While it will not fully steady a camera like a full harness would, it allows me to shoot much like I did with a larger camera.

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I'm a woman with big boobs...D sized. And I'm average height. (5 foot 4). How long is this from the part of the shoulder to the bottom? (in inches?) Also how deep is the arc? (in inches)? Will I be able to use this?
Asked by: Sharon B.
I would like to suggest an alternative. If you use the Revo SR-1000 Shoulder Support Rig & Support Strap, or the Counter Weight instead of the strap, this set up would be comfortable, easy to use and offer the greatest flexibility for you.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I'm interested in using this with my Canon T3i. Also, I'm looking to purchase a Rode VideoMic Pro Shotgun Microphone, <a href= http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/997376-REG/rode_videomic_pro_compact_shotgun.html target= _blank >http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/997376-REG/rode_videomic_pro_compact_shotgun.html</a> . Would this stabilizer be compatible/a good option for my interests?
Asked by: Zach F.
We bought one of those to use with a T3I and a 7D about 18 months ago, it's a very good rig for the price. It's very simple, it's easy to use and it will give you much more stable shots than handholding in all situations. It isn't a steadicam, and it isn't as stable as a tripod but it gives you some versatility and frees up your hands if you want them for something else.Without knowing what you plan to use it for I can't say that it will work for you, but, I can say that I've used it for video for sports, for narrative film, for b-roll for corporate documentary work and I've used it to shoot stills; as long as you don't bounce around too much and want shots from eye level it will work fine.I would recommend a Vello v-rig to go with it, especially if you're going to be mounting a videomic because that'll give you three cold shoes to work with if you want to mount a top light, or a recorder or a level or something else of the sort. Also, it'll keep the Videomic from flopping down in front of the lens if you have the shockmounted version ( get the shockmounted version ).The Rode Videomic is a respectable mic that does a respectable job, there are much better and much worse. As long as you're working in reasonably quiet environments and can get fairly close to your subjects you'll be fine. An extension cord so you can mount it on a tripod closer to your subject and still run it into your camera would give you more versatility. Consider what you want to use it for, you may be better off buying a wired lav, or a Zoom recorder or something similar.Hope that was helpful.
Answered by: Jim K.
Date published: 2020-01-07

I am a woman 5'6" 115 lbs - quite slender frame ...

I am a woman 5'6" 115 lbs - quite slender frame and shoulders, shooting with a 6d and external lcd viewfinder attached to its screen. Both the Revo SR1000b and the Neewer shoulder mount fit awkwardly and with the camera sitting too low to use the viewfinder. Might this style work instead? or something else? Looking to stabilize handheld shots.
Asked by: annelisse
You could certainly try a set up like this. You may also want to consider using a monopod rather than a shoulder support system. Something like the Benro A48FDS4 might work better for your particular needs. B&H # BEA48FDS4 - https://bhpho.to/2FwF3d5
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-01-16

question

This a a rather awkward question but I'm a woman, and this is one of the options I'm looking at for a stabilizer. I was wondering if wearing this item would be uncomfortable for me in the chest area?
Asked by: Stacie
It might be okay. As a man I can say that the lower arm presses into my pec muscle, not the center of the chest. However, the arm is adjustable with a wide range, so you can probably position it low enough. I can't say how comfortable that would be for you, but the pressure arm and shoulder strap make the rig very stable overall so it's definitely worth a try. B&H might not like me suggesting it, but you could try out their returns policy too in case it doesn't work of you.
Answered by: Randall L.
Date published: 2020-01-07

question

How much weight can this support: base plate, extended plate, riser?
Asked by: Anonymous
I used it with my Canon 5DMII with a variety of lenses. It worked fine a couple times then on the third time it broke. The part that supports the camera just snapped off. The company sent me a replacement part and I've used it once. It's a great tool, just not very strong, use it with caution and if you have the money buy a better model.
Answered by: Jeri R.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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