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#1 Joshua Miner

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Posted 09 October 2018 - 08:44 AM

Hey folks,

I've recently been asked to record a bunch of live music events in crowded nightclubs, and I'm trying to find a good way of nailing down a camera to prevent shaking from people dancing close to it.  There are some heavy duty rail pipes on the ceiling, but I don't have access (or a portable ladder small enough) to get up there.

 

I've tried doing a Google search but due to the terms I get a lot of unrelated things.  Due to the venue I'm unable to corral the tripods away from patrons.  Any guidance would be greatly appreciated!


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