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charles-design

Medium/large format dslr stabilizer for under $60

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Hi there,

 

I wanted to build a camera stabilizer for medium to large size dslr's there's still a few changes I want to make but It's nearly there.

 

The top part uses 2 fixed threaded rods to fine tune the position of the camera.

The main part is a 3 axis gumball which uses one 68mm bearing and three 18mm.

 

I would love to hear any suggestions for improvement.

I will post all the files on youmagine once I'm happy with it.

 

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