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Just spent a couple of hours in choppy air with the KS-4x4, it's a keeper. Today is beautiful, not much wind and lots of sun so the air is like a cobblestone road down low. It's very strange to feel the bumps, but not see them in the viewfinder, kind of surreal. I really don't know how low you could go, shutter speed wise, with the 4x4 in relatively smooth air. I would take a wild guess and say you could shoot air to air all day long at 1/30th and slower in smooth air. I can hardly wait to try one of my low level air to airs in soft light. This unit will allow you to turn the background into pure velvet. I bolted it to the X a little while ago and stuck the 70-200/II on just to see how they would play. Choppy air, focal lengths around 135, lens poking out into the slipstream occasionally, keeper rate/100%! I'm about to look at the first D800 video clip, once again, it was surreal to watch the stability in the viewfinder while my fanny was coming out of the seat. Nice work Kenyon! If the sky cooperates tonight, Brian and I are going to take a whack at shooting KTKI at dusk.