Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Building a Steadicam

Building a Steadicam

Building a Steadicam

Inventern finalist Ron Erickson has a lot of experience working on rally cars, but went out of his comfort zone in attempting to build a Steadicam camera rig for the final challenge. The biggest hurdle was that he had never seen a Steadicam in person before, even though he understood the mechanical principles behind it. Here's how he fared over the two days of building in San Francisco.

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It “only” took me 3 months of thinking and planning and jut wondering about if I was going to build it. Until I just did ...

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