Pico Dolly Test Video

Rob PauzaRob Pauza Grin NinjaRegistered Users Posts: 119 Major grins
edited May 5, 2012 in Video
Well, I broke down and bought one of these little Pico Dollys, mainly as something to play around with. I did a quick test tonight just at my computer desk with my 7d and a couple LED lights on the dolly. I was kind of surprised at what I could easily get out of this little thing. See what you guys think. (video is 26 seconds)

Here's a screen cap from the video:
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The video link is below. It has been killed by Smugmug compression unfortunately. (I rendered out an .mp4, then Smugmug re-compressed again.) What's the best video format to upload here?

http://robpauza.smugmug.com/Portfolio/Videos/8866349_3ndn4w#!i=1757068859&k=2JPPHNz&lb=1&s=A

Anyway, thanks for looking,

-Rob
-Rob Pauza
Rob Pauza Photography

Comments

  • DavidTODavidTO Mod Emeritus Thousand Oaks, CARegistered Users, Retired Mod Posts: 19,160 Major grins
    edited March 20, 2012
    That's awesome! Looks great, smooth.
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  • Rob PauzaRob Pauza Grin Ninja Registered Users Posts: 119 Major grins
    edited March 20, 2012
    DavidTO wrote: »
    That's awesome! Looks great, smooth.

    Thank you sir. It's capable of being really smooth, but harder than you may expect, especially when pulling focus too. I had a few jitters that the stabilizer in FCP helped with. I may try and add some sort of motor to it.

    -Rob
    -Rob Pauza
    Rob Pauza Photography
  • wailorwailor Beginner grinner Registered Users Posts: 5 Beginner grinner
    edited May 5, 2012
    Nice!!
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