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  1. eMotimo TB3 / dynamic perception S0 - controled by Dragonframe. Experiment xxx ;-))

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    from MikeA / Added

    An exercise in key framing moves with Dragonframe software to control the TB3 and dp S0 rail. 1) Cart starts in the centre of the rail moves to the Left end whilst the TB3 tilts from -45 to 0…

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    • Two not so easy Steadicam shots

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      from Steffen Bendix / Added

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      Two not so easy Steadicam shots. Sorry for the chasing camera out of focus. The director was not familiar with DSLR.

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      • GoPro Hero3 test with Glidecam X-45

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        from Steffen Bendix / Added

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        A quick and dirty test of a GoPro Hero3 onboard my Glidecam X-45. Camera used: Sony HDR-FX1. I didn't care of dynamic balancing which made the whip pans and some other movements not so nice.…

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        • "Con Lujo De Deatalles" - Junior Melendez (Official Music Video)

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          from Megavision Media / Added

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          * Filmed in Full Def (1920x1080) @ 24P, with Canon 5D MKII and Marvels Cine Picture Style (V 3.4). * Lenses: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM. * Camera Stabilizer: Midas Mount Slider. Redrock Micro…

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          • Los Marcam's - Roar (Katy Perry Cover) (Promo Video)

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            from Megavision Media / Added

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            * Filmed in Full Def (1920x1080) @ 24P, with Canon 5D MKII and Marvels Cine Picture Style (V 3.4). * Lenses: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM. * Camera Stabilizer: Redrock Micro Shoulder Adapter w/Follow…

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            • Kessler Pocket Dolly Timelaps TEST

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              from TaQ Inoue / Added

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              • Diy Dolly

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                from Robert Jacobo / Added

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                40" Diy camera dolly Shot with: Canon T3 with 17-50mm F2.8 lens 720p 30fps format I will replace the 2 slightly damage old roller bearings on the 2nd installment of this video. Happy DIY filming…

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                • Slider

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                  from Sergio M / Added

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                  This is my motorized slider. The slider is based on the Igus Drylin Slider WJ-16-60-10 (1 meter long). I was inspired by Ben's " DIY Dolly " http://www.vimeo.com/16533808 The slider…

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                  • Pocket Slider Review Teaser

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                    from Alejandro Iborra / Added

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                    Teaser from my next video review of the great timelapse tool Pocket Slider, from my friend Ben ... http://pocketslider.de Music From Agents del Futuro Track 1: Metal Index Pt. 2 Track 2: Sunslot http://agentsdelfuturo.com Review…

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                    • PocketSlider V2

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                      from Ben / Added

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                      This is the second version of my Time-lapse Dolly. The electronic unit is installed completely within the housing making everything compacter and there are less bothersome cables. I tried to make…

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                      • Large Table Top Dolly (For Smooth Moving Shots similar to Sliders)

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                        from ikan / Added

                        The Elements Large Table Top Dolly is the new standard of our original Table Top Dolly--longer arms and bigger, smoother rolling, bearing mounted, urethane wheels make it a new beast. Need to get…

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                        • SkatePlate Instructional Video (shown with CineSkates)

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                          This video gives you the A-Z on how to get rolling with SkatePlate and CineSkates! In a few moves, the pocket-sized SkatePlate unfolds to become a sturdy table-top dolly that holds up to 11 lbs.…

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                          Camera dollys, jibs, cranes & steadicams. Anything that helps us stabilise (stabilize) that all-important moving shot. This group is dedicated to both homemade (DIY) and professional stabilising systems. It would be helpful to feature both the system used and the resulting shots achievable with it.

                          **This is a carefully moderated group. Only relevant videos are approved. Please note that this group is to help people understand which stabilizing systems produce what type of resulting shot. The rules to follow are:

                          1. Videos posted here must, at the very least, describe make/model of stabilizing


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                          Camera dollys, jibs, cranes & steadicams. Anything that helps us stabilise (stabilize) that all-important moving shot. This group is dedicated to both homemade (DIY) and professional stabilising systems. It would be helpful to feature both the system used and the resulting shots achievable with it.

                          **This is a carefully moderated group. Only relevant videos are approved. Please note that this group is to help people understand which stabilizing systems produce what type of resulting shot. The rules to follow are:

                          1. Videos posted here must, at the very least, describe make/model of stabilizing system you are using in the video description. If a variety are being used, describe them all.

                          2. If you are using a DIY stabilizing system, you must feature the actual system being used somewhere in your video, OR add a photograph of the DIY system that you used on your video page. Simply writing "DIY Dolly" in the description is no good as it is of no use to anyone here! (If it is a well-known, purchasable system, naming it in your description is okay).

                          Clips that don't follow rule 1 or 2 (above), don't belong here and will be rejected!

                          Thank you for understanding!

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