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Nothing ruins a good video like too much camera shake. And the best way to prevent shaking in your moving shots is with some kind of camera stabil...
In a Steadicam system, the camera is mounted to the top of an armature and is balanced by counterweights (typically a monitor and batteries) at the bo...
Adding weights to your camera increases its effective inertia and improves stability. One of the simplest ways to add a weight to your camera is to le...
In a Fig Rig system the camera is mounted on a platform at the center of an 18.7 inch (475mm) circle of tubing. The hand grips are located on the righ...
The Fig Rig improves camera stability by spacing hand grips further away from the camera. This effect can be achieved with any rig that spaces out the...
These DIY camera stabilizers are cheap to make, easy to use and can dramatically improve the quality of your home movies. They may not look as profess...
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Build a PVC Fig Rigby esotericsean
DIY Fig Rig for Small Camerasby KnownGroove
PVC FIG RIGby Twist
CAMERA STABILIZERby courtervideo
BMX Camera Gripby fungus amungus
3d Printed Merlin Style Steadicam: MO-FLO 1.0by Mr. Noack
Tripod Tips - TRICKS AND TECHNIQUES!by FilmTaped
How to Build a PVC Steadicam ($14 Steadicam Redux)by trevormates
Simple Conversion: Tripod into Steadicam.by Kiteman
Improved Steadicam for under 40 dollars! Also boom mic attachment!by compatta
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