Jackson Wong - March 25th, 2015
Jackson Wong - January 19th, 2015
UPDATE: Here's a video we came across that does a great job of showing what can be done with an HD-2000. Video is by Amir Zakeri.
You’ve seen smooth handheld video, now make it your own with a Glidecam HD-2000. Your use of a handheld stabilizer can dramatically increase the production value behind your video, and help you achieve stable shots more quickly than with battery- and power-hungry stabilizing systems.
Greg Olson - April 01st, 2013
We all try to make the most out of the gear we have, but every video producer hits points in their career where they become limited by their equipment. Anybody who does video seriously knows it can be an expensive venture, and that it takes time to acquire all the gear we want. The world of camera support equipment is vast and can range from relatively affordable to shockingly expensive.
Jennifer O'Rourke - September 27th, 2012
To be a true video producer, you need to carry more than just your camera. Although they are wonderful devices that can do amazing things, you can't make great video with just a camera - you should still have a few tools at your disposal when you need them, so we've compiled this list of five reasons you need more than just your camera. On every shoot you should always have:
1. A Plan: Because your camera can't create great production without a plan
Mike Wilhelm - June 29th, 2012
Greg Olson - June 04th, 2012
Hi, everyone, Jennifer O'Rourke with Videomaker
here. I have a reader that asks an interesting question and I thought
I'd throw it out to the forums.
I have a reader that
asks: "Does the magazine have an article on how to walk using a
stabilizer. I really suck at this!"
I did some research and can't see if we've ever done a story on the proper way to use a tripod or stabilizer. Looks like a story is in the plan, huh? Any ideas?
A Simple Shoulder
Stabilizing a small camcorder can be a challenge. You can
use a tripod if your subject is stationary, but a tripod is cumbersome and you
loose the flexibility to follow action. Hand held gives flexibility, but often
results in shaky video.
I have solved this problem by attaching a small tripod as
Selling a brand new Redrock micro "Captian Stubling DSLR Bundle" for $950, used
for stabilizing DSLR video cameras such as the Nikon D90 or Canon 5D.
All pieces factory sealed.
Unfortunately our company shoots stills rather than video, so we have no
use for it at the moment, but this a great upgrade for those of you
interested in serious DSLR video. This bundle comes with Lens Gear Size
B, the most common size.
It sells for $1,150 at B&H photo or Adorama without any Lens Gear:
More info here:
mhageman - October 14th, 2009