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PRESS RELEASE: Jaybilizer LLC Introduces the New V2.0 Jaybilizer HDSLR, a Camera Stabilizer Designed Specifically for the DSLR Cameras

The Jaybilizer HDSLR is the First Affordable Camera Stabilizer that is Optimized for Shooting with the New Generation of Digital SLR Cameras that Shoot High Definition Video.

Golden, Colorado (PRWEB) May 16, 2011 -- Jaybilizer LLC introduced the new easier-to-balance version 2.0 Jaybilizer HDSLR today. The Jaybilizer HDSLR is an affordable Stedicam Merlin-type camera stabilizer that is optimized for shooting with the new generation of digital SLR cameras that shoot high definition video.

The new generation of HDSLR cameras, like the Canon 5D Mk2 produce stunning video quality with a film-like narrow depth of field and ultra low light capabilities. The downside is that these cameras are designed for shooting still photos and are unwieldy for shooting video. The Jaybilizer HDSLR solves this problem and allows photographers and cinematographers to do smooth Steadicam-like "flying" shots. The Jaybilizer HDSLR is ideal for wedding and event photographers who are branching out into video and want to capture incredible video without the shakes normally associated with hand-held video shot on the go.

Rugged and Affordable
The Jaybilizer HDSLR is constructed of high quality steel and 6061 aluminum, and features a heavy duty steel ball gimbal. The 8" aluminum counterweight bar also acts as a tripod for easily setting down and storing the Jaybilizer. The best part is that the Jaybilizer HDSLR is an affordable alternative to other expensive stabilizers, costing only a quarter as much as the Steadicam Merlin.

Easy to Balance
One problem with most camera stabilizers is that it is difficult and time consuming to properly balance a camera. The Jaybilizer HDSLR makes this process much easier with both side-to-side and forward and backward infinitely adjustable sliding balance plates with external locking screws. The Jaybilizer is optimized for camera and lens combinations that weigh between 1.5 and 4 lbs.

Some of the DSLR cameras that the Jaybilizer HDSLR works well with include:

  • The Canon 5DMK2

  • The Canon 7D

  • The Canon Rebel T3i

  • The Nikon D90

  • The Nikon D5000

  • The Lumix GH1

  • The Olympus E-P1

  • The Pentax K7

The Jaybilizer HDSLR also works well with many small HD camcorders, even with DOF adapters, such as the Canon HV30 and the JAG35 adapter.

Jaybilizer HDSLR Key Features

  • Inexpensive

  • Steel ball gimbal

  • heavy duty steel and machined 6061 aluminum construction

  • Foam comfort grip

  • Can be configured to shoot inverted

  • Fully adjustable camera plate

  • Easy one screw infinite side balance adjustment

  • Works with a wide variety of camcorders and DSLRs

  • Quick release camera plate

  • Supports camera rigs up to 4 lbs

  • Black Textured Satin Finish

  • 25 counterweight washers

  • 8" counterweight bar allows you to store the Jaybilizer HDSLR upright and improves balance.

For additional information on the Jaybilizer HDSLR , contact Jay Shaffer or visit http://www.jaybilizer.com. The Jaybilizer HDSLR is in stock and available for purchase today.

About Jaybilizer LLC:
Jaybilizer LLC, formally Jaybilizer.com was founded in 2009 by Jay Shaffer. Jaybilizer LLC is dedicated to manufacturing and distributing quality, affordable camera stabilizers and camera support equipment. Jay Shaffer is a new media producer, digital cinematographer, video editor and multimedia instructor at Front Range Community College in Westminster Colorado.

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(First posted on Monday, May 16, 2011 at 22:51 EDT)

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