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  1. BurkyBro

    Roar And Gills Demo Reel

    check out my demo reel guys, this was made all in the year of 2014 tell me what you think!
  2. First vid I shot with the Glidecam, love thing thing, wasnt really ment to be an edit so was lacking footage but the rider wanted it anyway so we did it, Feedback is appreciated! https://vimeo.com/70658830 Thanks!
  3. Questionable123

    Slider Or Glidecam?

    I have around $600 saved up right now and I'm about ready to invest it back into video equipment in order to increase the production value of my videos and possibly make more back in return. So, I have a DSLR and I'm looking into some way to get really cinematic/artsy camera movement. I've narrowed my equipment choices down to either a: Konova Slider or Glidecam HD 2000 I've heard many pros and cons about each so much that I'm stumped and want to hear another opinion. Konova Slider ($400) - Pros: Conisistent, smooth movement, / Cons: You must keep the track completely clean which could get difficult when filming in rugged skate conditions, you can only move in a straight line for 2 feet EXAMPLE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dyasTDwaqw Glidecam HD 2000 ($500) - Pros: Not confined to only a 2 foot long track, better for run and gun non stationary shots, more options for motion direction / Cons: Difficult to set up, some videos look very off balance or tilted unevenly to one side EXAMPLE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fXhsrjNoxs And I'm not only going to be filming skateboarding with whichever one I choose. I also do nonskating videos on the side in order to pay the bills, nah mean? lol So keeping that in mind as well, which one would you choose if you were me?
  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=OqDYExSnmzg Nikon D7000, 10.5mm, 28mm, glidecam HD 1000 facebook.com/alldaydirt soundcloud.com/alldaydirt
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