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Flowcine Puppeteer Gimbal Serene Arm Camera Operating EasyRig Handheld

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#1 Hannah Getz

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Posted 18 November 2017 - 03:56 PM

Howdy!

 

I'll being shooting handheld on trails and want to smooth out the inevitable shakes. I was hoping to us the Serene Arm with the Gravity One, but the rental house I'm using doesn't have the Gravity One currently. They've given me a Puppeteer but my understanding is that it is primarily for gimbals. 

 

So! My question is: Is there any way I can utilize the Puppeteer in a similar way to the Gravity One? Is there a different piece of gear I could use in conjunction with the EasyRig to smooth things out? I have to make the best of what I've got.

 

Thanks!


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