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Ian Newland January 9th, 2009 08:45 PM

Shooting steady footage from a Jet Ski
My first post so i thought it would be appropriate i share something. Unfortunately for some reason i can't post pictures or attachments in this part of the forum, so i will have to direct you to the underwater/outdoor section of Dvinfo http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/under-wat...e-jet-ski.html

Purpose built stabilized rig for shooting ocean canoes in Hi Def from a Jet Ski, with 7” external framing monitor, remote control zoom/record with TOSLINK fibre optic extender,1080i Hi Def Cam , 4 hrs external battery pack. Comes with waterproof covers for the cam, monitor and remote....etc

Cheers Ian

David L. Holmes January 10th, 2009 08:55 AM

Hey Ian, cool fig-rig you got there! I've had problems posting the same images twice on the message board. Even if you rename the pics the board will still refuse them. Your options would be to either re-size the image and rename it, or use different photos.

On your other post you mention you have a gyro? Could you post a pic of it? How does it mount?


Ian Newland January 10th, 2009 05:40 PM

The reason Pictures won't display is because IMG is disabled for this thread (at least for me anyway)

The Gyro i hired was a Kenyon KS6, it mounts to the bottom of the Fig Rig just under the camera. The footage i posted is WITHOUT the Gyro

Cheers Ian

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