The first, and only, true handheld camera stabilizer for the photographer in motion.
Please read important message below regarding stolen gyros
This time of year can bring out the best and the worst in people. It is unfortunate that some people take more joy in stealing from hard working people than working hard themselves.
Beware of sellers on auction websites that offer brand new gyro kits for substantially less than our list prices!! Always ask for the serial number of the gyro, if the seller refuses to answer the question or you are at all suspicious, do not buy from them! There are many stolen gyros out there in the world, some are reported to us, some are not, but all potential buyers are welcome to call us to inquire about a gyro that is offered for sale. While we cannot offer personal info, we can at least let you know if it might be suspect.
We offer free inpections of all gyro equipment, a service many potential buyers have requested from sellers. Remember, we are the only company that makes these gyros, the only company that can repair them and we will retain the right to refuse service of any gyro that is suspected or proven to be stolen!
When securing a sharp image or video becomes difficult, especially in a vehicle, boat or aircraft, a Kenyon handheld camera stabilizer quickly and easily attaches to your camera to help dampen out motor and rotor vibrations permitting lower shutter speeds and longer lenses that can provide greater clarity and an improved recognitions range with complete freedom of movement!
The Kenyon Gyro camera stabilizer has been a proven device for more than 50 years and used throughout the movie & broadcast industry, NASA, National Geographic, the military, FBI, the police, just to name a few! Steadicam operators (NEW - Steadicam Gyro Package! click on link Steadi-PaK ) also add gyros their rigs, especially when filming in windy conditions. Our camera stabilizers are easy to use, do not require calibration, can always be repaired and will last a lifetime.
Kenyon Laboratories has been manufacturing the gyrostabilizer for binoculars, cameras, sextants and other optical equipment since 1957. Ted Kenyon, the inventor, was a pioneer in the gyroscopic field and has as many as 40 patents attributed to him. His first patent in 1930 was for his boat speedometer, and ever since then, the Kenyon name has stood for quality and precision workmanship, a tradition of excellence we still maintain today.
Each gyro is individually handcrafted and balanced to strict tolerances using only high quality materials and manufacturing processes. Ken Lab machines and assembles most of the parts needed in house, although some specialty components are produced to our exact specifications by long time manufacturers in the USA.
Ken Lab has made every effort to improve upon the design as well as the manufacturing process and the latest advancement has produced the new 3 axis gyro stabilizer, a gyro capable of providing steadiness of a device in pitch, yaw and roll, only previously obtained by using two individual gyro stabilizers.
Bob Krist with KS4x4
Introducing The all NEW 3 Axis "X" Series Gyro
Two gyros in one!
Look under "What's New"
- Click here ~NEW "X" SERIES GYROS~
- Click here ~"X" SERIES GYRO SPECS~
- Click here ~ "X" Gyros Price List
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