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David Allen Grove

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    Steadicam Operator
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    Los Angeles

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  1. I'm not able to edit my username. If an admin could take off the "SOC" at the end of my username I would appreciate it. I withdrew from the SOC a while ago. Thank you!
  2. Camera Rickshaw and SteadiCAB Rentals Located in Canoga Park, California $250 daily rental: Rickshaw $60 daily rental: Gorelink. $60 daily rental: Klassen Vehicle mount. SteadiCAB: an electric assist modified bicycle rickshaw capable of searing the steadicam operator and assistant. includes delivery, set up and driver. rate varies depending on project and location. Full advanced payment plus deposit and a certificate of insurance required on all rentals. Payment can be made online.  www.CameraRickshaw.com 
  3. Camera Rickshaw and SteadiCAB Rentals Located in Canoga Park, California $250 daily rental: Rickshaw $60 daily rental: Gorelink. $60 daily rental: Klassen Vehicle mount. $1000 daily: SteadiCAB includes delivery, set up and driver. Full advanced payment plus deposit and a certificate of insurance required on all rentals. Payment can be made online.  www.CameraRickshaw.com 
  4. You are invited to attend the Steadicam Guild's Location: Filmtools 1400 W. Burbank Boulevard Burbank, CA 91506-1308 Date:Sunday June 7, 2015 Time:10am to 3pm www.StabilizerGearExpo.com
  5. Sorry about your pen issues. What I want to know is, are they still giving out the nifty planners? check out this site.. has to do with the tentative agreement. Makes you wonder how they can use the economy as an excuse to cut some members health care. Sad.. www.400hours.com
  6. I agree with Mr. Mullen. I've done it twice in 11 years and it just isn't any fun.. plus it's too much wear and tear on the gear as well as your body. Here are a couple of links from the steadicam forum that talk about mixing GII's and Steadicam that you may find useful. http://www.steadicamforum.com/forums/index...=262&hl=gii http://www.steadicamforum.com/forums/index...st=0#entry10424 Hope this helps.
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