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Old September 17th, 2010, 01:10 PM   #1
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Re-ntroducing the Balance Beam

In 2007, I developed an Adaptor for light cameras to fit most tripods to give the camera a heavier feel so it will move more like a broadcast camera.

If you think this is something you could use, let me know what application you would use it for. I use if for stage shows, on all three cameras. It makes a world of difference in smooth camera action.

With the event of the DSLR cameras, I am finding that there is an increase demand for the Balance Beam by Trig. YouTube - The Balance Beam by Trig

I hope this fits the rules of the forum. I would like to be a sponsor if you would contact.
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