pitri_2

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  1. Hi guys, I'm looking for a backpack or a hardcase for my HD-1000 for quite a while. Already had a look at the posts in the forum but didn't find anything suitable. If anybody of you can recommend me a good case it would be great! The size what I need is about 51x15x32 cm (44x13x28 lb) as I don't want to take the Glidecam apart. Best would be if it's not to heavy (max. 5 kg) as I want to take it as carry-on luggage to a vacation this summer. Thank you!
  2. Thank you Tom for the fast response and the useful tips!
  3. Hello, I'm new to the forum and hope some experienced operators can give me some advice. My setup first: Glidecam HD-1000 with a GoPro Hero 3 (+weights) on top. Weight of the camera with the Glidecam quick-release-plate about 800-850 grams. Droptime about 2.5 seconds. When I want to do some of those shots where I start straight, walk and tilt up while walking I cannot figure it out how to do that without shake when tilting up. Same the other way where I start on the top and make a tilt downwards. I'm holing the Glidecam with 2/3 fingers just below the gimbal - also tried above the gimbal or at the bottom of the Glidecam. This is what I want to achieve (shots at 0:44 and 1:30): Parker Walbeck is also guiding his Glidecam just below the gimbal - I know he is expert and practiced a lot but I want to practice with the right technique. Somebody got some good advice how to achieve some smooth tilt shots? Whats "the best" technique to use? Thank you!