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Capture better video with a simple, inexpensive camera stabilizer made from ordinary PVC pipe.
You will use simple drill, cutting skills on PVC pipe with a few screws to raise the bar on your video capture needs.
measure and mark your cuts that you calculated or eyeball it like I did on my first one
Cut use a metal blade
Drill pilot holes
create a camera mount. anything from using a tripod quick release shoe (like me) to sliding mounts.
Ballance -- attache your camera and count how many seconds it takes to fall. 2-3 perfect, less than 1=too heavy use less weight, 3 or more=too light use more weight.
Congratulations you finished!
I’m sorrry Jake, but I can’t get the idea as to how this all goes together. You don’t show the finished product, and the pictures on the steps are not clear. You only show close ups. Hard to follow.
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