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I've got to ask, as I would of anyone offering film and TV industry training in the UK, how many gimbal operators this country really needs and can support.


Half a dozen?


And how many are there?


Couple of hundred?


Anyone considering this sort of training ought to be aware of this before they take the plunge.

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I tend to the view that it's bad form to queer someone's pitch, but as he's not a paid advertiser and it's on the general forum I somewhat agree with Marvin and say it's fair game.

But he's got to get what he can out of his asset. Plenty of photographers make as much out of workshops as photography.

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