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Stedi Stock Shoulder Brace Optical Stabilizer for Video, Spotting Scopes, and Cameras

25 customer reviews

Price: $29.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • The Stedi-Stock stabilizer is a ultra light device (weighing 6 ounces) is made of Hi-strength NYLON 66, to assist the user in obtaining clearer, pictures and quality Videos.
  • Adjustable optical device attachment. Allows eye relief adjustment depending upon the individual and the optical device attached.
  • Great for action videos, bird watching, wildlife, photo shots on the fly and spotting animals for hunting.
  • Take the blur out of your photos, Get a bounce back at longer ranges with fewer clicks on your Range Finder, Carry your Spotting Scope with you in the field without a bulky cumbersome Tripod, and take the BOUNCE out of your Videos.
  • Shoulder Brace Made in the USA and designed for long term use.
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Product Description

Mount your Camera, Range Finder, Spotting Scope or Video Camera on a Stedi-Stock ® today! Help eliminate poor quality pictures due to "CAMERA SHAKE", assist in holding your Range finder Stable at longer ranges, take your spotting scope with you on the go, and accomplish smoother videos without the weight of an unwieldy, bulky, cumbersome tripod. This optical device shoulder brace will assist in reducing arm fatigue when filming for long periods of time. The Stedi-Stock optical stabilizer allows the user to interchange their optical devices quickly and is adjustable for eye relief.


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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004816LZA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #191,347 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Fishgriller TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 5, 2010
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Attached is my video review, funny thing is I had to take my Stedi-Stock off the camera to show it to you.

This product is so unique in the fact it will make my on the fly videos much better quality.

PROS: Shape is really easy to get to your shoulder to have two stabile points and make it easy to turn and move up and down.
Very light weight, saw some reviews did not think it was heavy enough or cheap it is very strong.
Universal screw goes into any type of camera, video, spotting scope, range finder, or large binocular.
MADE in the USA, (important to some people)

CONS: Strap could have buckle or quick release
could have a belt clip when you are on the move.

Video: Attached is a video you can see the product in action. NOTE I am not a professional video person, but love to do these reviews and hope you might think they are funny and helpful!

Fishgriller Approved....
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Too Little Space on June 18, 2008
Color: Black Verified Purchase
For 18 years I have used an old adjustable-length shoulder pod to help me brace and steady my camaera when shooting on multiple safaris in Africa. It worked, but sometimes the clamps would slip and the brace would telescope closed and I'd lose my shot. This pod is rock solid like a gunstock and has the added advatage of multiple ways to grip, sling, balance, and brace the camera with a heavy long lens attached. I am shooting a NIKON D-300 (wonderful camera) witha reletively slow 80-400 Nikon 5.6 VR lens and I still get clear shots hand-holding even with evening light. I would encourage anyone to try it and see if it suits their style.
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23 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jeffery G. Scism on May 15, 2009
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I just purchased this item, and find it quite uncomfortable to use, and also quite flimsy. Although this is advertised for use with spotting scopes which are fairly heavy, and long, it in my opinion will not last long in that use. The unit has a few design drawbacks that if I had designed it I would have tried to solve. It is TOO flexible in the area just behind where it bends to drop to the "stock" I Use a Canon XS with the stock AF lenses and the wobble is enormous. Also the stock portion is in my opinion not proper for photo use, it is positioned incorrectly for shoulder shooting, and the positioning of the Camera eyepiece while on the stock is awkward. Also the three piece arrangement for the hand grip is ridiculous, the screw keeps falling out when the camera is not attached,there is nothing to hold it in, and no clip or lanyard to keep the handle with the stock portion, and there is no way to secure the handle when the camera is not mounted.

As a stabilizer for a heavier camera this has a lot to be desired.

A real drawback is the lack of a pistol grip contoured grip for the fore handle, and inability to use the grip, trigger the camera and change focus at the same time. If this handle can be redesigned to incorporate a trigger release (preferably a two stage electronic one for Canon) it would be a better deal.

The serious photographer using telephotos or doing Macro work should give this one a pass by, save your money.

Its concept is a promising one - but it is cheaply made, burdensome and untrustworthy in strength - the promise of a steady platform falls far short of reality.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By br777 on September 4, 2012
I bought this for a Canon PowerShot SX260 and i think its just great.
i use it all the time to help me steady shots and videos, especially when i'm zoomed in 20x it makes a huge difference and sure beats the hassle of a tripod.

it is all i expected it to be, and considering that a "pro" gunstock type camera holster costs about 5-6 times this much i dont know what people are complaining about.. for the money this thing is perfect.

i dont find the construction to be flimsy at all.. maybe its because i'm not using a giant dslr or something but this thing feels pretty bomb proof to me. its flexible, but i dont think its going to break on me unless i try to hammer nails into 2x4's with it.

i find the grip to have plenty of thread on it and it holds my camera very tightly. if anything there is room to spare.

i also dont find it uncomfortable or fatiguing, and im a very tall guy with long arms so i'm pretty scrunched up when i use it, but it doesnt bother me at all.

anyway... i like this thing, i really dont use my camera without it anymore. i also like using it with my monopod.

mine also came with a small nut that acts as a placeholder when im not using the camera on it, though frankly i dont use it, i just stuff the stock and handle into a bag anyway.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James M. Selkirk on August 4, 2009
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The unit arrived ahead of the scheduled ship date and I'm pleased with the product. It performs as advertised and is a good value. It is, however, not particularly sturdy, which is why I did not give it five stars. It will do the job for the price.
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I received a Steadi Stock for Christmas and got a chance to use it last weekend with my DSLR and 300mm lens. It worked really well. I am always pointing my camera up into the trees trying to get that great shot, which is difficult to hold steady for long. This allowed me to use my shoulder more to keep my lens more stable. It held the weight of the camera and lens very well. My shoulder did get tired after a while from the weight but that is better than my biceps being tired and not being able to keep the lens steady. Time to work harder on building my shoulder muscles.
I was constantly turning the camera this way and that, which worked well on the screw going into it so I could get the right angle without having to reposition myself and making noise, but I did have to watch that I didn't unscrew the camera from the Steadi Stock. It would be useful to have a rotating platform on the screw for my use.
The downfall of the Steadi Stock is the strap. It is a little flimsy in that it doesn't have a shoulder pad and it would be very useful for it to have a quick release clip to get it on and off. It was difficult once it was on to tighten it up to the length that helped to hold everything steady and it had to be loosened to get it over the head and shoulder. Other than that I am pleased with the product.
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