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It was late September, 2005, while hurtling through a stop light in Paris, that Garrett Brown asked, “Have you any thoughts on how we might improve the vest?” I’d just arrived on the Steadicam scene, invited to lecture on posture at the Paris Steadicam Masterclass. As Jerry Holway cocked an ear, I might have voiced

Steadicam Assembly

Tuesday, 19 June 2012 by

If you like Steadicam, then chances are as a child you probably liked toys such as Scalextric, Lego, remote control vehicles and other self-assembly toys. For many, the process of assembling and reassembling was just as fun in its own right; a warm-up before playing could begin.   In many ways assembling a new Steadicam

The Anatomy of Steadicam.

Wednesday, 06 June 2012 by

You may have heard that “good things come in threes”, if that’s the case then Steadicam must be a good thing! This post aims to simplify the anatomy of Steadicam by dividing it in to the three main components common in all Steadicam rigs: the vest, the sled and the arm.   Steadicam design as

Archive Gold Workshop in Malaysia

Friday, 18 May 2012 by

Steadicam® GOLD workshop – FIVE DAYS

When was it: 10th June – 15th June 2012 
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia