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Shooting from a moving vehicle

 
mlech
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Jun 18, 2013 20:21 |  #1

I'm getting more into video's now and it's time to get more equipment.

I have been able to do decent by filming hand held from my DSLR out the window but I need to step it up and get smooth footage without shake.

If I plan to hold the DSLR and have control over it, what is a stabilizer that will help with reducing shake that is hand held based. I know a fly cam wouldn't work as those are more for walking.

I have also looked into sanction cup mounts which I'll probably get but those are rather limiting.


any tips or suggestions would be great.


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