1. DIY - Track & Dolly

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    For a professional film track and dolly kit your looking to spend in the high hundreds of pounds. So why not build your own? This setup used: 8 Rollerblade wheels (With bearings) 2 X 8ft pvc pipe. (Each pipe cut into 1ft and 7ft peices) 6 x 1ft plank of MDF 8 1/4" bolts at 3 1/2" long. 8 1/4" washers 16 1/4" fender washers 16 1/4 nuts. 1 X cheap old tripod. You dont have to copy this design. It's important you experiment and customise your track/dolly so that it works well with how you work. The reasons for this track and dolly set up are: Quick and cheap to make. Its very mobile and easy to transport from location to location. The track is ideal to use on staggered ground levels like curbs or stairs. This is difficult or more traditional designs. Can place the track on walls, roofs, curbs etc at a range of different heights. Music - Clint Mansell - Stay with me - Fountain Film soundtrack album. For more information, visit www.editcrunch.co.uk Helping Film Makers, Make Films.

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    • Century Optics for Canon XHA1

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      A few Rollerblading clips shot on the Canon XHA1 using a Century Optics 0.3 Ultra fisheye Adapter. Film in California, USA. Camera: Dom West Skater: Sim Warren To find out more about this lens, visit: www.editcrunch.co.uk Helping Film Makers, Make Films

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      • ECTV #2 - A short spider film

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        A short film made by father and son Sim and Terry warren. Shot using a Canon HV20 - this short film takes us a unique journey through the eyes of a house spider. These inteligent shots, and eery spider music makes a great atmosphere and an enjoyable watch. Shot on a £550 Canon HV20, edited in around 12 hours, and with no actor fee's to pay this is a great example of an Edit Crunch video. www.editcrunch.co.uk Helping Film Makers, Make Films

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        • Canon HXa1 - Raw timeline

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          Following Dom West's review on the Canon HXa1 - we'd like to show you some raw footage shot by Dom on his travels over the past year. Dom hasn't lit, edited or colour corrected any of these shots. Straight out of the bag, using either stock lens or Century Optics .3 fisheye. I'm sure you'll agree the results are amazing. www.editcrunch.co.uk Helping Film Makers, Make Films

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          • ECTV #1 - Asics Footwear - Commercial

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            Award winning origami designed by Cinema 4D software. This 3D animation takes us a journey through the eyes of the owner Kihachiro Onitsuka as they developed their trainers, the narative is brillaint, whilst visually outstanding. www.editcrunch.co.uk Helping Film Makers, Make Films

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            • Canon HV20 with DOF adapter.

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              A short video using the Canon HV20 - TWONEIL static DOF adapter and 50mm Nikon lens. Can you believe this quality is from a £500 video camera!? No colour correction has been added in this video. For more information on the Canon HV20, check out the review on http://www.editcrunch.co.uk Helping Film Makers, Make Films

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