Ryan's T2i Tips & Reviews - DIY Home Depot Steadicam




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Andrew Bell: how heavy are those floor flanges?

Ross Bergen: oooh thats why you seem so chill....youre canadian eh!

Ryan Sauve: Hey Karam, the lens is a Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 and it does NOT have image stabilization.

Ryan Sauve: Thanks man! A big hug back from the great white north!

Ryan Sauve: Hahaha, I rule at sucking!

steve matylewicz: nine

Sergio Santos: Nice...very nice!! A big hug from Brazil.

Şükrü Evren Gökduman: damn you metric system. do you guys have these parts on metric? maybe in Turkish?

dexter ford: You could also check out the MediaUnlocked tutorial who show you how to build/use it and the RogueGuineapig comparison. MediaUnlocked : Homemade steadicam tutorial RogueGuineapig : DIY DSLR Steadicam comparison - Merlin Style vs Glidecam style

Ryan Sauve: Just added it, sorry for the wait.

Ryan Sauve: Right on!

Ryan Sauve: Hope everything went well! In the world of film, you win some and lose some and the judging is always weird so I no longer try to justify or dwell on that stuff. It's all about keeping shooting and reflection on what you can do better next time! I don't think the types of screws are that important. As long as they screw whatever it is you're trying to screw together, it should work. Good luck!

Ryan Sauve: If you wanted to use this rig with a gopro, I'd probably add more weight at the top (something like an extra floor flange up to might do the trick.

Ryan Sauve: If you wanted to use this rig with a gopro, I'd probably add more weight at the top (something like an extra floor flange up to might do the trick.

Ryan Sauve: I think it's simply a matter of more weight being harder to move. Think of holding a small pebble in your hand then trying to shake your hand. Easy right? Then think of holding a old school CRT monitor in your arms. Now try imagine shaking that sucker. A lot harder to move. Same principal at work here.

Ryan Sauve: Thanks Luis, the beer could have been colder too, heh heh.

Ryan Sauve: Check the 0:23 to 0:43 mark. That's how I hold it.

Ryan Sauve: I think the parts came to about $25 or $30.

Ryan Sauve: Sorry for the (really) late response: Check the 0:23 to 0:43 mark. That's how I hold it.

Ryan Sauve: Hey Karam, I'm using the Tokina 11-16 f2.8 lens, which does not have image stabilization. Hope that helps!

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