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This mount would of been a lot better if it didn't swivel so much and was easier to use. Every mount except the dolly for obvious reasons was used wit...
The dolly cam is the best kind of mount to use if you don't need to go down or up levels because it is the smoothest but it can't be moved without sha...
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It would probably help to explain in your text that the video is a tracking shot that you're testing camera mounts for. I had a hard time understanding what was going on until I clicked on the video. Otherwise, cool 'ible! Are you learning about videography?
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