Part 7 of an 8 Part Series on How to Create a Website – Create and Upload Videos
Part 7 of an 8 Part Series on How to Create a Website – Create and Upload Videos.
Previously in create and upload videos part 6 we talked about buying videographer lighting kits. In part 7 we will be talking about video stabilizer systems and the production value of a camera dolly and jib crane.
Some equipment purchases are just plain awesome. I never get tired of the never ending applications for a steady cam video stabilizer system. If you are filming traveling through scenes like a party full of people or traveling across a wide open field. The steadicam video stabilizer system makes the ordinary footage extraordinary.
Once you see the flying footage of a video stabilizer system you will pick it out in so many production films now. This is because the prices for this hardware has fallen through the floor. You can get into these types of shots for as little as $179.00 with the Opteka SteadyVid Pro and DSLR Flycam nano. Once again for a little over 3 times the cost you step up to the high end version of the Glidecam HD-4000.
Having tested each of these it always boils down to the same things, quality and options. With the Glidecam HD-4000 it’s all about ease of use and fine tuning. With the Opteka SteadyVid Pro and DSLR Flycam nano its about saving money and taking more time in setup and balancing.
In any case all 3 of these products once setup will perform within 80% of each other and guaranteed you will spend an afternoon just playing with all the creative visions in your mind’s eye.
Sometimes you need a rock solid panning shot and neither a video tripod nor a steadicam can hold the shot solid enough or close enough. This is where a camera dolly comes in. Especially for product shots, camera dolly systems add that dynamic feel to the product unlike any other system.
One of the cheapest ways to get into a camera dolly system gets its origins from the roller skate. The Pico Flex Dolly Digital DSLR Skater kit is another of those products that leaves you saying, why didn’t I think of that. This system is so simple and as long as you are on a smooth surface with a steady hand it works perfectly.
On the high end is the Konova Slider K5 C3-150 and it is loaded with options and rock solid operation. There are aftermarket kits enabling you to shoot time lapse panning shots. This is why whenever you see professionals talking about their panning hardware it is a variation of the Konova Slider K5 C3-150 design.
Some film shots just look expensive to produce. The same holds true for some film equipment. The tilt head jib crane is one of those pieces of equipment that will surprise you with both its price and film results. Whether you are watching an action film or fantasy, the production impact of a Jib Crane shot is unmistakable.
The ProAm DVC200 camera Jib Crane is only $279.00 and when combined with the Bescor MP-360 motorized pan head, it will increase the powerful impact of your next crowd shot.
Because of its size its application is limited, but the results can be truly amazing. Keeping cost in mind, don’t limit the reach of your next video production. If you can imagine a Jib crane shot in your next production, you can now afford to do it.
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