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Old September 15th, 2013, 09:06 PM   #1
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Nikon D5100 Means Which Glidecam?

Hey guys,

So I have the Nikon D5100 and I'm wondering what kind of Glidecam I should use...I'm most likely going to be shooting with the stock Nikkor 18-55mm lense. The weight limits for the HD-1000 are from 1-3.5 lbs. And the weight limits for the HD-2000 are 2-6 lbs. Would I just be better off using the HD-2000? Or should I aim for the way safe side and get the HD-4000? Or Should I forget the HD line and just look at the XR line? They are a bit cheaper, with the XR models having the same weight restrictions as the HD models.

Thanks for your time!
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