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#1 claudio rietti

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Posted 14 August 2006 - 03:06 AM

I am operating on a short film where the director wants a steady shot from the back seat of a moving black cab in london where the camera pans from a shot of a man walking on the street to the rearview mirror where we see his reflection as the cab drives off. I thouhgt of using the chapman stabilization system on a bazooka to achieve this shot and using a geared head to minimize the pressure applied to the head by the operator. I know that this is not what the stabilization system is designed for, but do you think it might work? could i get away with using a fluid head? any ideas or suggestions, please, are quite welcome.

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