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  1. Hi ,I am Mohamed From Cairo And my question is about stabilization. I I am using sony A7s mark 2 + Tripod + 70-200 sony G lens on a boat (Stabilization), what should i do to get the best steady footage 1- Turn on lens stabilization ONLY. (and which stabilization option since it has 2 stabilization options). 2- Turn Camera Steady ONLY. 3-Both 4- None Thanks
  2. What should I use to get stable footage while traveling? I don't want something too big, I want something convenient but useful.
  3. Homemade Steady Shot System used in VideoClip. Actually shooting long-distance shots from the comfort of a chair! I my newest videoclip I was trying to find a way to create an equipment that will help me get rid of heavy steady camera systems that they actually destroyed my hand and muscles after a while. Also there was no way of achieving the results needed because the videoclip consised of long-walking shots. I wanted to shoot my newest video clip by sitting on a chair and mostly doing it without having to spend a fortune. It is almost as the buyed thing and most important, it was made by our hands. Feels better to work with your own made equipment. Reminds of your passion. I recently directed my second video clip using 100% homemade steady cam systems. I actually achieved shooting long distances without even touching the camera just by sitting on a chair. I want to be an inspiration for young film and art directors out there so this is how I did it. The videoclip can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ppj8DtLh14 For Tips and more information about how I did, I will post soon, but you also subscribe to my ever growing subscribers list in which I ofter update with advices and tips. For more information about skoumas please visit www.skoumas.net
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