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I am new to DV editing. I have just purchased a TRV 310 and a DV Raptor(works great.) After updating my PC and forking for camera & card, I'm broke. BUT I need some sort of steadicam for an upcoming project. Can anyone give me some advice or point me in the right direction of a product that will do something similar to a steadicam. Basically I need to be able to walk around filming without any camera shake. (I think this is the basic function of a steadicam.)I would also like to be able to do this from ground level. Here's another crunch, I live in Australia, so I need a company that will ship Internationally or who is local. Any advice, comments or abuse will be read with great interest.
-- Larry Learner (email@example.com), July 01, 1999
Go to www.promax.com and look into the SteadyTracker they sell. $199
-- adam farhi (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 02, 1999.
Go to eBay.com and browse for Steadicam and see if any used Steadicam JR's are for sale. Most of the time you can e-mail the seller and see if international shipping is an option. You can pick up a good used JR from $150-$300 US. If you need help making it work for you then write to me. Or go to my Steadicam JR website at http://www.geocities.com/~steadicamjr
Best of luck to you,
-- John Brune (email@example.com), October 27, 1999.
Check this out:
-- Igor Trajkovski (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 26, 2000.
have you been to hollywoodlite.com?
-- seth heller (email@example.com), January 11, 2002.