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  1. Jared Collins

    Swaying Horizon

    Hey guys! I am new to the Glidecam and I am also new to the forum. I recently purchased a used Glidecam HD-2000 from eBay. The item is in good condition. Like most people, I got the device and immediately attempted to balance it after watching the plethora of YouTube videos and wanted to start flying the system. Once I did that, I was unable to keep a true and level horizon no matter how careful I walked. After much research, I determined that my gimbal needed calibration. I attempted this, but was not able to get it myself. Tom/Glidecam had me send the system in to get calibrated and I got it back this week. I've been messing with the system since then. I believe part of my issue originally was that I had too much weight on the bottom. Though my drop-time was 2-3 seconds, I opened myself up for too much of the pendulum effect. I think I now have the correct combination of weight on top and bottom as well as the pole length. I still struggle with a straying horizon. Should I be able to fly the system 1 handed in a forward motion and it stay truly level? I realize there is a learning curve for these systems and I want to LOVE this system, but right now, it is just frustrating and I can't seem to keep a level horizon no matter what I do. Any suggestions or tips or tricks would be greatly appreciated!!
  2. Hi everyone, Is there any store that sells spare counter weight plates for HD-2000? I lost 8 of mine when i was moving to a new house. I found one in B&H, but it says that its for HD-1000. Is it the same dimension with the HD-2000? Regards, Thomas Davis
  3. I have a canon 600D with stock 18-55mm lens, so I don't know wether the 1000 is too small (if I want to expand my setup) or if the 2000 is too big.
  4. Does anyone want to sell a used glidecam?
  5. Thank you very much to our friends Gabe and Will at Just 2 Guys Creative - Video | Photo | Design Enjoy This Super Cool Video
  6. Thank you very much to our friends Gabe and Will at Just 2 Guys Creative - Video | Photo | Design Enjoy this super cool video!
  7. dancharles1997

    Glidecam Gimbal Problem

    Hi guys, I've been having an issue with my new glidecam recently. I hold the glidecam with the handle in front of the main post like Devin Graham. Once the unit is balanced, and I move the handle to the 3 o'clock position in terms on the centre post the whole unit becomes unbalanced again. Any ideas on how to fix this???! Thanks, Dan
  8. I just recently purchased a Glidecam HD 2000 with a Manfrotto 577 quick release plate. I put the plate on my Canon 600D and when i try to put the plate into the sliding adaptor thing that I had mounted to my Glidecam, it locks in but I am not able to fully tighten the knob. I understand that you can pull the lever out and turn it freely but I still do not have enough space to properly secure my camera to the Glidecam. What do I do so that I can fix this problem. Please help me. The lever keeps hitting the camera and there is no room for the lever to move or tighten. PLEASE HELP!!!!
  9. Hans Christian Kasen's latest project with Club Honda Norway at their annual meeting at Arctic Circle Raceway (ACR) in Mo i Rana, Norway, August 2012. Shot using the Glidecam HD-2000
  10. This is a full Glidecam V-25 system/monitor WITH a bonus Smoothshooter/HD2000 system that is in excellent condition. It includes both systems AND the Pelican cases to store and travel with. The systems and components (when new) ran in excess of $15,000. No broken or damaged parts with only minor signs of cosmetic wear as shown in the photos. The system is fully functional and includes ALL the items shown in the photos. If you want more information or details, just let me know. We purchased the system used from an experienced Steadicam/Glidecam operator 3 years ago and have only used it once since then (which is why are are selling it). The only thing that is not working is one of the Anton Bauer batteries (which will not charge properly). With these two systems you can accommodate everything from a DSLR up to a RED Camera. We have both the V-25 system (vest, arm, sled, monitor, etc) AND the Smoothshooter arm and the HD2000 Stabilizer system. The HD2000 can be used with the vest or handheld. - Glidecam V25 Arm (25 pound camera capacity) - Glidecam V25 vest - Glidecam V25 Sled - Glidecam L7-Pro SD monitor (but it does have some minor scratches) - Glidecam docking bracket - Portable StandStand - TWO Pelican 1650 case (fits everything except c-stand) - Camera plate dovetail - Screws - Tools - Miscellaneous cables - All the items shown in the photo are included! - Twin charger for Anton Bauer batteries - Two Anton Bauer Hytron Batteries (but only one seems to hold a charge) PLUS this setup for lighter cameras is included!!! - Glidecam Shootshooter Arm - Glidecam HD2000 (6 pound capacity) PLUS Two Pelican cases Listing on eBay http://www.ebay.com/itm/GLIDECAM-V-25-System-PLUS-Smoothshooter-HD-2000-Steadicam-Body-Hands-Free-/221535463032?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item33948ae678 http://www.glidecamforum.com/conf/uploads/post-18616-0-93688900-1409329892.jpghttp://www.glidecamforum.com/conf/uploads/post-18616-0-41182300-1409329901.jpg
  11. Hey everyone! So I've been looking for a DSLR stabilization system for a few weeks now. I'm hoping to shoot a short film in the next few months, and I need some type of stabilization. For the last week I was convinced the HD-2000 was perfect, but I'm starting to question my decision. I have a Canon T3i with 2 different lenses: 50mm f/1.8 and the 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6. I only plan on using the camera and those two lenses on the Glidecam. I will be buying audio equipment and recording separately, so i won't be mounting any additional audio equipment to the glide cam. I also will not be mounting anything extra, just the camera and lenses. So my question is whether or not I can get by with just the HD-1000 instead of the HD-2000. There is obviously a price difference, and I'm on a very tight budget. Thanks!
  12. Amazing Glidecam Video from Devin Graham; Glidecam Inspiration - Assassins Creed Meets Parkour Shot with the Glidecam HD-2000 and Canon 5D MKIII And here is the B.T.S. Enjoy and take notes!
  13. Devin Graham is at it again, here's the latest: Hit and Run 5K - no streching required..lol Don't try this at some.
  14. Assassin's Creed 3 Meets Parkour in Real Life Here's the Video and check out the Behind the Scene Video below; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Py-yRjM0le8&list=UUwgURKfUA7e0Z7_qE3TvBFQ&index=9 Parkour/Free Running stunts performed by Ronnie Shalvis. https://www.facebook.com/ronniestreet... Costumes by Allison Dredge; https://www.facebook.com/allisondredg... 2nd BTS camera for 2nd day was done by John Bills: http://johnbills.tumblr.com Follow Devin on twitter and facebook, it's the cool thing to do these days https://www.facebook.com/devinsupertr... http://twitter.com/devinsupertramp BTS Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvkmH4Mx5Wo Enjoy!
  15. Hi there, I shot a snowboarding video on the first day I got my glidecam HD-2000. It's shot with the Canon EOS 5d mk III and I think it looks great. http://youtu.be/MamM-fhxggU?hd=1 In a few weeks I'll be shooting a second glidecam snowboard video and any tips and comments are welcome.
  16. Sam Erickson Cinematography Reel Collection from the 2010-2011 season Shot on Canon 60D Well done. Enjoy