Ever since the MoVI was announced, we've seen an explosion of DIY alternatives, all offering similar concepts at much lower prices. While they might not provide three-axis stabilization, and probably can't take the full weight of a DSLR, these alternatives show that once a concept gets out there, it doesn't take long for someone to reverse engineer a more affordable take on it. The latest, for example, is the eSteady developed by student photographer Tom Parker, which gives much of the same functionality as the MoVI — but on the…

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