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wakeslife 04-27-2009 3:45 PM

Can anyone recommend a a good steadycam handheld mount that won't break the bank? It would be for a Canon HF-S100. <BR>Thanks for any input!

richd 04-27-2009 7:18 PM

Spiderbrace: <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.spiderbrace.com/" target="_blank">http://www.spiderbrace.com/</a>

alans 04-28-2009 7:42 AM

Thats cool, but its not a steadycam. <BR>This is a steadycam. <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6HDUDbeEJw" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6HDUDbeEJw</a>

alans 04-28-2009 7:45 AM

Some simple, affordable ideas here. <a href="http://steadycam.org/" target="_blank">http://steadycam.org/</a>

richd 04-28-2009 8:34 PM

That's pretty cool! How much is it?

wakeslife 04-29-2009 8:07 PM

Yeah, thats what I was talking about. Wanted to see if there was any cheaper alternative to the Merlin ($700).

rorowake 05-07-2009 2:33 PM

Glidecam 2000 should be all you need!!! We just got some really sick shots with the 4000 (for bigger cams). <BR> <BR>Wanna go budget? Use a tripod and raise the head just enough to get your hand in there- weight the base to offset the cam- not ideal, but you can get a pretty smooth approach shot and you dont have to buy anything.

fredlap 07-24-2009 1:27 PM

I did y own one!!! Under 100$ !

dcervenka 07-27-2009 7:05 AM

I got a Flycam 3000 that I might be interested in selling. It's a replica of the Glidecam, but at the fraction of the price. <BR> <BR>I purchased a while back for my DVX100a and it worked just fine, but it's proved to be too small for my HVX.

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