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Steadicam at the 2012 Olympics

Monday, 13 August 2012 by

With an estimated global audience of billions having watched the 2012 Olympics, London has arguably solidified its place as having put on one of the greatest games of all time. Gold, Silver and Bronze have been won, world records have been broken, nations have celebrated heroes and legends have been created and Steadicam was there

As anticipation steadily mounts about the new Steadicam Exovest, questions and queries show a similar upward trend whilst countless articles continue to spring up across the Internet in excitement. One could say “Exomania” is reaching fever pitch. Glad as we are to answer questions about the Exovest; we thought we’d balance what’s out there with a

Steadicam at IBC 2012

Wednesday, 01 August 2012 by

Steadicam at IBC, Amsterdam, Sept 2012. The world of broadcasting descended upon Amsterdam once again, in September for IBC 2012, the premier annual event for media professionals worldwide. Every year, IBC brings the worlds electronic, media and entertainment industry together to exchange ideas, make new connections and profile emerging trends. The event usually attracts an

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

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