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leukenLast week my flycam 3000 http://www.dvcity.com/dvshop/FLYCAM-3000-Handheld-Video-Stabilizer-with-Free-Plastic-Quick-Release-Plate.html camera stabilizer reached to me. With stabilizer I also purchased arm bracehttp://www.dvcity.com/dvshop/FLYCAM-Arm-Brace-support-for-Flycam-3000-Flycam-5000-Flycam-Nano-Glidecam.html and body podhttp://www.dvcity.com/dvshop/FLYCAM-Body-Pod-for-Flycam-3000-Flycam-5000.html.
Itís little difficult to balance, but that's to be expected from any stabilizer. It took me about a half an hour to balance it, for the first time, but I was very impressed by the results. It was easy to set up and didn't take much of a learning curve to use.
I'm looking to buy a steadycam like a glide cam, but I do not have the money for one. I was wondering if any of you guys has any experience with the flycam 3000 and if they are an good. I have heard that they are flimsy, and break easy. My camera setup is a t3i with a video light, a battery grip, and so far only a kit lens. An other suggestions would be great.