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    What is this camera man using to create such a steady shot?
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    Does anyone know what this camera operator uses to create such steady shots?

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    Unlikely because very new, but could it be a DJI Osmo?


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    Quote Originally Posted by kwkeirstead View Post
    Unlikely because very new, but could it be a DJI Osmo?
    My thoughts exactly.
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    That sort of shot in live broadcasting has been the realm of Steadicam for years. It will be interesting to see gimbals infiltrate into that space. The harsh mechanical-feeling pan is what makes me think gimbal (and the chest-height perspective).
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    It certainly has the gimbal twitch.
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    The jerk-pan effect. Gambal city.
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    Pretty average Steadicam (or equivalent) shot.
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