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  1. #1 Getting my camera moving. 
    Went for a walk around downtown yesterday.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=siw_s...ature=youtu.be
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    really nice Andrew, what gear did you use? Lens?
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    Pretty sure Andrew sports the Blackbird and has mastered it. Andrew says "Movi what"?
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    I used my sigma 8-16mm at 8mm. I can't talk about the rest of the gear. It's a super secret yet to be announced game changing device that's going to absolutely change the way you look at cinema for the rest of your life and will allow you to pull off shots you could have only dreamed of in a dream inside a dream inception style!
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    Thanks for sharing!

    Did you ever figure out your sigma ND issue yet?
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    Nice Andrew! Did you use any kind of post stabilization?
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    Blimey.
    You're an awesome helicopter pilot!
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    Hi Jeff, no nothing yet. I still want to get it setup but more so I can use grads. And with all the DR this camera has that's not critical.

    A stop or two of nd would be nice on this lens, but it's not like I'm trying to shoot wide open with it. I'd just use nd to stay at an f-stop that doesn't cause diffraction.

    All of the filter options for this lens that cover the full image circle are really large and expensive.

    Yes, I hit the clips with some post stabilization. I think 2 using just position and the other with warp stable method. None of them needed to scale beyond 103%

    Thanks Thunderpants, but I've never piloted a heli.
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    Looks great. But why would you need an expensive ND for that? The BMCC doesnt use the whole image anyways. Wouldnt a normal 72mm ND Filter work? Or am I wrong here?
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    Segway + glidecam?
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