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Mark Scotton No matter how much money people spend on a camera there always seems to be a temptation to try and cut corners when it comes to tripods. I am not sure why this is the case but it's a regular occurrence when talking to people and it results in several problems.
Tags: iss110 | support | grip | bhague | quick release | slider | jib | Mark Scotton
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The key to stability
Mark Scotton Moving shots dont just enhance video production, they bring it to life and allow the viewer to experience what they are watching. This isnt something new, but the options we now have available to bring productions to life are more varied and readily available than ever before. No longer do you need a Hollywood budget and a large crew of helpers to get some wonderful footage, you simply need your camera, a bit of decent equipment and some imagination.
Tags: iss106 | video production | camera operator | stabilizer | moving shots | floating shots | support | grip | Mark Scotton
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Increased Support
Mark Scotton Shoulder rigs are more commonly used these days than ever before and have become a great solution during the DSLR boom. Providing you with the option to adjust your kit, depending upon the set-up required, the rail system rigs are both practical and adjustable with the option to add matte boxes, viewing monitors and different lenses. With a vast array now on the market you are spoilt for choice when trying to find your ideal solution.
Tags: iss098 | shoulder support | shoulder rig | hague DSR dual shoulder support | Mark Scotton
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Getting to grip with it with Mark Scotton
Mark Scotton

Getting the right equipment to ensure you add value to your production can be difficult, especially when there are so many products available that all seem to be offering different solutions. Creating moving shots can be done in a variety of ways by using products such as jibs, cranes, tracking dollies, sliders or stabilizers, the key is identifying which item is going to be best suited to your requirements and which version would be the best to purchase.

Tags: iss074 | cameragrip | hague | sliders | clamps | brackets | stabilizers | tripod | jibs | cranes | tracking | shoulder | support | Mark Scotton
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Getting back to basics on HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR GRIP AND SUPPORT SYSTEMS
N/A When looking to purchase grip and support systems there are now a variety of different options available to the dedicated cameraman and this potential minefield of different equipment, at varying prices, can seem daunting and confusing at first. Whats the difference between a shoulder support, steady mount and a stabilizer? Are slide rail systems really the best tracking option for my camera? Can I put a DSLR on that mount?
Tags: iss062 | dslr | support | tripod | glidetrack | camslide | b-hague | hague camera support | N/A
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