These are my first test shots taken on the Glideshot GSCE48 - Compact Camera Jib. Overall impression is that it's a ton of bang for the buck, and really happy with it. The build is sturdy, the gliding is smooth, for the price, you couldn't ask for anything more.

I shot this with the job on a crappy Slik still camera tripod, with a Manfrotto 502AH fluid head on the end of the jib. Any horizontal shake is the result of user error and a cheap tripod. With proper counterweight and a soft touch, it doesn't take a whole lot of work to get pretty footage. (It also helps to apply Magic Bullet Looks/Mojo like it's going out of style. Yes, I pretty much run through every different stock 'looks' setting in this. So what? It's fun.)

Camera: Canon T31
Lens: EF 20-35mm

William T Bear
Tony Romo

Music: Kidz Are So Small by Deerhoof (Seriously, enough with the granola-rich, earnest indie moping songs under these camera tests. We're playing with cool toys, lighten up, you hippie.)

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