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About GalapagosProduction

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    Brighton UK
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    Music, Film, Space-Travel

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  1. Just found this!   <iframe width="640" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/lnxvFYza6Y4?feature=player_embedded" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>   Works great. follow focus is limited to 10 adjustments per second but it seems fairly smooth. Hopefully it will improve when it comes out of beta. 
  2. Amazing! thanks for your responses.    PKent, thanks for the article really enjoyed it. I should probably admit that its not a steadicam I'm shooting with but rather a home built flying camera support of the monopod/ball-head/counterweight design.   Axel, the DIY looks like the one for me, using the exact same camera and lens too. I think I'll do some research at the modelling shop as you suggest. This would be great for run and gun music sessions for my site http://www.galapagospresents.com/   Now for that eyepiece! maybe it's a use
  3. Hi everyone. I have a bit of a pipe dream. I'm filming with a DSLR and stedicam rig, and it occurred to me it would be amazing to be able to pull focus by remote while doing so. Does anyone know if there's a cheap way of doing this? It would be amazing if i could hack the autofocus motor of my lens to achieve this. Another addition to my fantasy rig would be a wearable eyepiece for monitoring!   Seems far fetched i know but if anyone has any thoughts on this I'd love to hear them!
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