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Old October 27th, 2007, 12:07 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Michael Y Wong View Post
Unfortunately that is not the case. The merlin is a fantastic tool but for the most part it is extremely easy to transfer the footsteps bounce into the footage.

On any given day I would much rather perform the long tracking shots on the Glidecam vs the Merlin; for this reason alone.

Hopefully the merlin vest/arm & pilot sled later on will help rectify this issue!
maybe adding a spring on top of the gimbal will slightly solve the problem of vertical bouncing? Haha.
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