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  1. I'm trying to rig a camera inside a car to get something like these shots from Drive. I would want the camera somewhere around the passenger seat with the rearview mirror angled to see the driver and someone in the back seat. We will be shooting on a Red Epic. Thanks for any ideas or examples on how to rig a set up like this.
  2. Can anyone suggest affordable solutions to achieve a direct overhead angle in a room on location? Our ceilings are only about 9 ft high, but we're looking to get several high, down-angle wides. We're on a 100mm Ball head tripod head, but can rent the necessary equipment to get the job done. Here is an example of what we're looking for: http://www.dvdtimes.co.uk/protectedimage.php?image=NatTunbridge/abovebart.jpg Thanks for your help!
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