Canon T2i (550D)

More information about the build of this DIY Skater dolly, will be placed on my DSLR tips blog@ cheesycam.com

Another DIY project I hope everyone will be excited about. This one is based off of ideas ' DIY Skater Dolly '. These tools often help us become more creative, since they can perform video footage that can't be easily replicated any other way. These rotational axis video dollies are a great tool to have that can add some new creative video footage to your projects.

I've shown samples of this DIY project, but until today, I haven't shown the tool. More information about the build of this DIY Skater dolly will be placed on my DSLR tips blog@ cheesycam.com

Very old footage from sample prototypes can be found in these links:
vimeo.com/6313537
vimeo.com/6353034
vimeo.com/6354991
vimeo.com/6374787
vimeo.com/9849494

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tech:
seen in the video is the Canon 5D Mark II + LCDVF on DIY Skater Dolly a.k.a. Spider Trax Dolly
Video recorded with Canon 7D + 550D / T2i
Audio recorded with Zoom H4n
Edited in Sony vegas

j vimeo.com/10516250

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