Low tech stabiliser


JacePhoto

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Inspired by the low tech but effective way to cater to DJI Phantom jello problem (See link i posted here: http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1431094&p=8932579#post8932579), I tried the same for my Sony Handycam PJ660EV.

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For those who doesn't know, the Sony Handycam PJ660 EV already has a built in lens stabilizer. It works pretty fine in some cases but i often find the vertical axis (up and down) too severe. Despite practicing 'Ninja walk' suggested by Rodney of Bamboopictures.com, i find that my landing is still too strong.

I implemented this low tech, sponge technology. I will say that it helps to improve by 5% in terms of stability but no visible impact on the final video. haha.

I thought i post this so that we all can have a good laugh :bsmilie:
 

JacePhoto

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Nice. Looks like the operator is flying a fighter jet.

Let's wish there's something smaller and lighter for a7r/7s type. Haha