DIY Steadycam Arm

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DIY Steadycam Arm

We’ve seen our share of DIY steadycam rigs, but this arm and harness system from maker Miguel Vincente is worth checking out. Built using square tube and custom springs from a little shop in Madrid, the unit can support up to 2.5 Kg. [via DIYPhotography]

8 thoughts on “DIY Steadycam Arm

  1. eliot kristan says:

    Wow, nice work. Does anyone know what kind of vest that is or did he make it?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I’d also be interested to see footage of the camera operator moving around/etc using that thing

  3. says:

    Thanks for this wonderful content. I really enjoyed it lots.
    What you have done is actually pretty inspirational.

    This is really great content. I would like to use your style to better my own content
    on my blog.

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