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Learn how to get cool camera dolly shots using a rain gutter.
Is the motorized arm from a programmable telescope ? that is freakin sweet!! this has to be the most McGyver-ish thing i have ever seen nice work
I like it, nice and simple and it performs well.
Simple, quick, and inexpensive!<br /> Great&nbsp; 'ible<br />
You show the best tips.&nbsp; Soon I'll be creditting you on my vids!!!
<span class="Apple-style-span" style="border-collapse: separate;color: rgb(0,0,0);font-family: Times New Roman;font-size: 16.0px;font-style: normal;font-variant: normal;font-weight: normal;letter-spacing: normal;line-height: normal;orphans: 2;text-indent: 0.0px;text-transform: none;white-space: normal;widows: 2;word-spacing: 0.0px;"><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Arial , sans-serif;font-size: 12.0px;">Cool trick, and it gives a great filming effect.</span></span>
that is so awesome... and its so simple to make... I've seen robot like dolly's that are very very expensive... this one is cheap to make and seems to work just fine... <br />
&nbsp;Yeah....it has its limits. &nbsp;But is a great alternative to spending hundreds on a dolly if you just need a simple shot.
Wow!&nbsp; What a great idea.&nbsp; Thanks!
&nbsp;Sure...it really does work.
Very Clever!!!<br />
&nbsp;Thank You
That is an awesome tip...thanks!<br />
&nbsp;Certainly.
I LOVE you for sharing this.&nbsp; This is something I can make.<br />
&nbsp;That is exactly what i hoped to hear.

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