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Cheap DIY Steady Camera Idea


Here’s a very simple and cheap (but effective) steady camera idea for stabilizing a small handheld camera when shooting video. In the video on the left, I show and explain how I used it for shooting the video on the right.

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A Perfect Steady Camera


I think I found the perfect amount of weight to add to a small handheld camera for shooting stabilized video, but first let’s look at shooting video with no weight, then adding 2 lbs of weight, then 8 lbs. 26 more words

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Steady Camera


I shot the video on the right with a large steel wrench hanging from the thumb of my right hand, hoping it keeps the camera from shaking. 7 more words

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The Cows Come Home


It’s time to play with the big boys! You can download and watch this HSBS 3D video (recorded with a Fujifilm W3 3D camera and a Sony TD30 3D camcorder) on the free Bigscreen Beta app. 52 more words

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Looking For Perfect Sync


Get out your magnifying glasses! Let’s look at the bank’s LED sign again to see if the Fujifilm W3 3D camera has perfect stereoscopic sync, i.e., genlock. 18 more words

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A Perfect 98 Degrees


Here’s how you can check the sync of your stereoscopic 3D camera rig by recording an LED sign like this bank’s time and temperature sign.

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102 Degrees and Raining


What do you do when it’s 102 degrees and starting to rain? Get high on Starbucks Frappuccinos!

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