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    Default Glidecam but much better!

    Well - here I go pimping my link!

    I am about to demo my new video camera steadying device. It is at prototype stage and I was wondering if there were any Northern Ireland or Irish videographers who would like to trial it and give me some feedback.

    The closest competitor is the Glidecam 2000/4000 range but I believe that my product overcomes some significant design issues and is built to a higher specification. The pricing is also far more affordable with a target price of around 190.

    Please email me at info@still-in-motion.co.uk to discuss?

    Regards,
    Visit my website at www.still-in-motion.co.uk

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    your "click to enter" is very hard to press as it is only the actual text which can be pressed.

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    Some bold claims! Care to give us some more details?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skodster
    Well - here I go pimping my link!

    I am about to demo my new video camera steadying device. It is at prototype stage and I was wondering if there were any Northern Ireland or Irish videographers who would like to trial it and give me some feedback.

    The closest competitor is the Glidecam 2000/4000 range but I believe that my product overcomes some significant design issues and is built to a higher specification. The pricing is also far more affordable with a target price of around 190.

    Please email me at info@still-in-motion.co.uk to discuss?

    Regards,

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    this rembinds me. Andy whens the raptor out?

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    can we see one of these?

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    It's very close to the glidecam in design but should relieve wrist ache in prolonged use. The biggest advantage is the price. It is made of aluminium and stainless with all aluminium anodised.

    There will be no photo's until the unit is ready for sale. I am sure that you will understand! Living in Northern Ireland means that my contacts are limited but I would like to trial it here because I can work with reviewers on a face to face basis.

    Build costs are on target and I plan to introduce other accessories if it is successful.
    Visit my website at www.still-in-motion.co.uk

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    Talking

    Quote Originally Posted by komatoast
    your "click to enter" is very hard to press as it is only the actual text which can be pressed.
    Hi komatoast,

    There's an extra hard spring on the button to prevent it from wearing out!
    Visit my website at www.still-in-motion.co.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skodster
    Hi komatoast,

    There's an extra hard spring on the button to prevent it from wearing out!
    just getting you back looking forward to seeing your steady system

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