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$14 DIY steady-cam

Peter Rojas
04.09.04
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steady-camSome guy managed to build a DIY "steady-cam" for $14 (those things which help keep TV crews keep their videocameras from shaking while they're running around shooting reality shows), which might not sound like a big deal until you realize that a professional Steadicam (that's the brand name) costs around $1,500.

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