Jason Hernandez was recently rolling through Southside Skatepark on the "Don't Fear the Sweeper" Nike SB Tour. We ended up going out to do a little filming around town and during the evening I was asking him a few questions here and there. I was asking about settings on the HVX, lighting issues and where to find some decent tracks that weren't to much money and easily brought along on trips. He suggested flowing me some Eazy Dolly tracks in exchange for a Southside Skatepark montage that features the tracks being set up and showed the functionality of the camera on the tracks as well. John Danielson had acquired some and brought his in to help me film in the park as well. What you are seeing are the very first four nights of filming using any kind of track system for my camera. They really help bring the footage to a much higher level. I hope you enjoy the skateboarding and once again a big thank you to Eazy Dolly and Jason Hernandez for helping me out. Below is a little about the product itself, I would highly recommend using them. Introducing Eazy Dolly: A portable, light weight system that can be used for any type of filming. Eazy Dolly comes standard with 12' of aluminum track. Hand crafted for durability and smooth tracking. Accommodates most standard tripods. Under strict design requirements from Jason Hernandez, freelance filmer and editor, (Transworld: Let's Do This, First Love, A Time to Shine, Subtleties, Free Your Mind, Debacle) Eazy Dolly was created. It went from scratch paper ideas to trial prototypes to the system we are offering today.+ More details
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