New Generation of stabilized video cameras this summer

Published by: jeff trike on 12th Jan 2012 | View all blogs by jeff trike

Looks like a new generation of stabilized cameras is on the way that moves the optical block.  This should help reduce the wavy effect that plagues many of our trike videos. 

http://www.engadget.com/2012/01/09/sony-unveils-new-family-of-handycams-hdr-cx760v-b-steadies-you/

Jeff


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2 Comments

  • Magdi Shalash
    by Magdi Shalash 5 years ago
    it would be interesting to see how it could be fitted on a trike other than handled by pilot or passenger
  • Rizwan Bukhari
    by Rizwan Bukhari 5 years ago
    If it can be fitted on a regular tripod than one could use,

    http://www.adorama.com/BG2900.html with http://www.amazon.com/Manfrotto-391RC2-Junior-Head-Replaces/dp/B001TK3ELC for the control bar.

    For the wing you could use the RAM ATV mount or RAM strut mount, just make sure that the mount can handle the weight of the camera (I use RAM mounts for GoPro).

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIr7KBvt9G8
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