Its task is to act as an adequate stabilisation unit, for a Compact point and shoot or a DSLR camera.
The principal is based on a floating buoy. The mass of the camera is equalised by the
counter-weight, which is self locating. Therefore deadening fluctuations of movement.
Camera lenses today, come with options such as image stabilisation. Not only are these lens expensive, compared to their counters, they are not always the best bang for your buck.
This little unit should only set you back a few dollars, that's if you don't have the parts already laying around your house.
There is an iSteadii 1.0, yet this is a vaste improvement on that design. It deserves its own I'ble, which it may get at a later date.
By no means will this perform as well as a normal stabilising lens, but then again it does not cost as much.
On that note I give you iSteadii 2.0
Step 1: What You Will Need
~ Utility Knife
~ Tennis ball
~ Spanner to suit nuts
~ Threaded bolt 1 - 1 1/2 inches long or 25mm - 37.5mm with 1/4-20 thread type (Head type irrelevant)
~ Nut to suit x 2
~ Washers x 2 (approx 3/4 - 1 inch)
~ Lead sinker (sphere type, atleast 8oz)