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Jack Phipps writes about the Kenyon Gyro-Stabilizer for aerial photography and thinks about adapting it for shooting weddings and other uses.


Before you tie yourself -- in more ways than one -- to the 60's technology of the Kenyon (or any other) gyroscopic stabilizer, be sure you do a hands-on comparison with the new Canon Image-Stabilizer or Nikon Vibration-Reduction lenses. The Canon IS and Nikon VR technologies are huge leaps ahead of the Kenyon. Just in weight alone (heavy-duty batteries, relatively massive gyroscope) you could grow to hate an old-fashioned gyro unit after just one use.

There's no comparison!

All the best,

Frank Peele
Pacific Photographic
Redlands, CA


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