Steadicam Home Made

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Introduction: Steadicam Home Made

In this video you can see, as was assembled Steaditcam at home

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    hello..What are the chances of you emailing me what some of these parts are that you used. I need to build one of these. Describe or explain how you made your gimbal system? Great Job!

    What else was used. email me at veraorlando1@gmail.com please!

    Thank you

    Men! that is hard work! Cuting that metal by hand saw... I really like it... looks a little bit heavy but can be solve using a bit more of aluminium.

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    круто, а вы продаете?

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    Нет, сделал только для себя.

    For help!!!

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/49753162/Filmmaking-Technique-CAMERA-STABILIZER-PLANS-STEADY-STEADI-STEADICAM-STEDY

    Any chance you could describe or explain how you made your gimbal system?

    You i pay you to make me one?

    Hey Bro...What are the chances of you emailing me what some of these parts are that you used. I need to build one of these really bad. I know you had a piece of aluminum for the bottom and bolts, washers, wingnuts....looked like a threaded pipe for the bottom. I also think you used a monopod for the bar. What else was used. email me at hondatuner@embarqmail.com please!

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    Just want to apologize for my terrible English.
    Since all have questions, want to list what was used in the design.
    Base - leg of the tripod.
    The lower part - (nothing special) steel plate, washers and bolts.
    The middle part of - the holder of the plate for threading (used for the main bearing), hand (to be using Bar Ends for bikes)
    Upper part - the aluminum plates, metal corners, support (for mounting legs of the table)

    And you have excellent hand skills

    Man that was fascinating. I watched the whole video from beginning to end, just because I thought it was so cool what you did with such limited tools! I can't imagine how much patience that must have taken. Great Job!

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    Thank you very much. I am glad that you liked.