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    went to maine overnight and decided to film a little bit. didn't have a tripod clearly, not that pumped on this but im going back in 3 weeks and plan on filming more.

    http://vimeo.com/27134228
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObJXVnr75GQ
    t2i/ kit 18-55

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    Looks pretty legit dude. All you need is a tripod and you'll be set. Are you using an LCDVF?

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    Looks awesome Brandon, The t2i is amazing.

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    I have a tripod i just didn't bring it with me. I haven't gotten an lcdvf yet... going to get one eventually. Got a few more things i would like to buy first. And the last shot is real shaky because i was walking over a bridge bumping into people hahah.

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    Have you thought about getting like a flycam nano? It's pretty inexpensive and I've seen really nice results from it

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    I was looking at glidecams but i don't think i would use it enough, also just under half the money i make goes towards bills.

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    Have you looked at one of those opteka shoulder rigs?

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    Yea i don't really want a shoulder rig. Im going to be making my own eazy handle like rig soon. Just waiting for some pieces to get here

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    sounds good, the eazy handle looks amazing but overpriiced imo

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    yea for sure. im going to make one like it and then eventually buy the real thing. From what i've heard its worth every penny.

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    That's dope man, I was on craigslist and this dude might trade his t2i with a kit lense for my hv30 setup, what do you think?

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    Do it. The t2i is so much more versatile than the HVs (ex. sick still photos, mad more lenses, etc.)

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    I personally would. I like the look of t2i footage more, never been a fan of fisheye footage on HVs tbh.

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    Footage looks good. Very dreamy quality to it.

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    boring thread

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