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Old June 4th, 2009, 07:14 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Ram Purad View Post
Right on Patrick,

But I know its just a preference thing. I've seen silky smooth gliding shots coming out of Glidecam and other stabilizers.
Ok, now the Canadians are ganging up on me.. sheesh!

Regarding your last statement.. your right, check out David Perry (davidperryfilms.com), who does excellent work with his Glidecam. Also see Varizooms site (http://www.varizoom.com/products/sta...vzaviator.html) for an old "behind the scenes" look at us using the Aviator.. its where Patrick stole all his steadicam shots ;)

Also on that page is my wife from NAB explaining the rig.
Our website is comprised of Aviator & hand held Glidecam shots
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