Source: Jeffrey Cook Videograpy
âI am a huge fan of using and optimizing stabilizing shots for my video productions. Stabilized shots add so much production value. There are many stabilizers out there on the market, and now you have more to choose from. I tend to like the Glidecam. There is a learning curve to using the Glidecam, but once you get it down, you really have learned a valuable skill. Many of the brushless gimbals out now, allow almost anyone to get smoot shots. By using the brushless gimbals, you can get somewhat smooth shots, without the learning curve of that of the Glidecam or Steadicam. The problem with the brushless gimbals is that it can look very robotic, the shots can have bounce effect when walking, they need to use battery power, and there is a specific weight limit to them.Glidecam has been my stabilizer of choice and I have used several different lenses for my productions. I have used the Tokina 11-16mm 2.8, the Canon 20mm 2.8 and now recently the Tamron 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD Lens for Canon. I have been flying my Canon 6d with a Canon 20mm for about two years. I like what the end results are, but wanted to experiment with flying my Canon C100.The Canon C100 is part of Canonâs cinema line. A C100 is heavier than a Canon 6d, so I needed to find a light lens that would be wide enough due to the C100âs 1.6 crop factor. For instance, the…Read more at: Tamron 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 Di II VC with Canon C100
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