1. This is a video describing how to build a spider trax like dolly. I have seen postings on Cheesycam.com and was interested in making my own. I thought I would share this with all of you. Good Luck
    Jarrod
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  2. DIY -
    How to make a DSLR cage. This design was shown by a guy from cheesycam.com and I just took it and broke it down in a step by step video.

    Jarrod
    Just Basl Productions

    Special thanks to Grant Potter for holding the camera during the build.

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  3. This is a how to video on building your own camera rig handles. This grip are similar to what you may get with the RedRockMicro grips. They are not at RedRockMicro standards because they are a DIY project, but if you are looking for really inexpensive handle grips. These would be a great alternative.

    Parts List
    2 1/2" 4" long galvanized pipe $1.33 each
    2 bike handle grips $10.00 for the pair
    Epoxy - $4.81
    15mm rails - I had extra laying around.
    File - you should have one in your tool kit

    You will need some 90 clamps to connect this to your rig. I should be doing a review on these clamps very soon. Testing out some of the options.

    Thanks for watching!
    All filming/editing/voice-over work is preformed by myself .
    Music - "Good Life" - One Republic

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  4. You can order the complete gimbal :
    http://www.gueugnot.com/steadycam-gimbal-handle/

    building a stabilizer for my 5DmkII

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  5. Lee Morris of R.L. Morris Photography explains the pros and cons of both the steadicam merlin and the flycam 5000. Both of these can be used with the Nikon D300s or Canon 5d Mark 2 or 7 D to get smooth moving video. You can view Lee's website at rlmorrisweddings.com and view more videos at fstoppers.com.

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