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    Quote Originally Posted by jcs View Post
    For standing still belt rigs can work ok. If walking too the shoulder rig works better (experience using both without a gimbal).
    I think I am going to get the belt because when I follow subjects with the gimbal, I like to hold it away from my body and move the whole thing around, up and down. My only real issue is standing stationary with it for long periods of time and I think the belt could be a good solution. I love Amazon's return policy, so I can try it out, see what I think. I could always get both and try them out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPNola View Post
    There is also the "Hip Shot". Made to be worn on the hip, but I don't see why it couldn't be positioned more to the front. Not cheap, but long a staple in the reality-tv shooting world and well made.


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    I remember these, pretty cool idea but not worth it for a single handle gimbal rig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReelWorksMedia View Post
    So glad you posted that belt link. I was just ondering this week if something like that was out in the wild. I may pick that up. Thanks for the tip.
    Glad to help, let us know what you get and how it works.
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