I was planning buying a steadycam device mainly to be used during the fotoshoot at weddings, though I have read tons of articles involving the glidecam 4000 and the varizoom flowpod I have a hard time deciding which would be best. (I can use a dvx100 or a vx2100 with it)
I have also seen many user video's about the result and the glidecam 4000 often seem to get very good results if balanced correctly but it also is quite a hassle getting it balanced right. The varizoom however seems to have the ability to get the balance set up quite quickly if you use the included balancing plate. Now the example videos on varizooms site don't give me the same " wow" feeling I have with glidecam. They also use a very wide angle lens which of course smooths out a lot of unwanted movement.
You would expect the varizoom to have some counterweights at the bottom like the glidecam does but it is a total different approach. Eventough I have read good things from both steadcams, are there any here who know some links to video's made by varizoom users?