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Old October 10th, 2010, 01:37 PM   #16
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Dylan, did you look at one of these jiggers might be a more interesting proposition, then rent the chopper.

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These are a complete waste of time for helicopter shooting with a DSLR - really good for Steadicam type shots if you don't need sound, but on a helicopter they are nothing more than ballast. I find simple bungee cords work better - depending on which country you are in they may or may not be legal.
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