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    New camera mount

    Been setting up to do a balloon shoot with some fellow photogs but space is at a premium trying to get as many tripods together is difficult so I made this.





    Al

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    It sure looks business-like. Have you tested it for shake?
    I suppose it'll be video for the balloons?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ameerat42 View Post
    It sure looks business-like. Have you tested it for shake?
    I suppose it'll be video for the balloons?
    Yeah that what worries me but I’m thinking a 5 second shutter speed to let the vibes settle then shoot the balloon around the 4 second mark.

    Al

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    I've done things like this, and found that a dampening strut from near the ends of the bar to a leg
    has helped. (Clamp to legs somehow.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ameerat42 View Post
    I've done things like this, and found that a dampening strut from near the ends of the bar to a leg
    has helped. (Clamp to legs somehow.)
    Yeah good idea, thanks mate.

    Al

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