Steadicam Home Made

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

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    veraorlando

    3 years ago on Introduction

    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

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    crazybirzzz

    4 years ago on Introduction

    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.

    My +1

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    Denis_profi

    7 years ago on Introduction

    For help!!!

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

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    benfloom

    7 years ago on Introduction

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

    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)

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    jman 31

    7 years ago on Introduction

    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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