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Beste Steadycam für 550D ?

Best Steadycam for 550D?



Frage von hansdebuhr:
November 2010

I know this topic is synonymous covered here many times, but I have the search found nothing suitable.

So. Seeking the best possible Steadycam for the 550D.
Bin s.Schwanken between:

- Schwebi
- Hague DSLR Motion
- Manfrotto Moto Steady
- Flycam 3000
- Glidecam HD 2000

I tend actually to the Hague, as I have, however, the problem is that the weight limit is just bad for the 550D-namely, 800g. With kit lens or the 50mm 1.8, Cam is as yet clearly under it ... Or do you think you can simply weigh down the action or the like by battery grip ? Deal
With my Sigma 50mm 1.4, Cam then weighs 1000g.

Does anyone have experience and can give tips? Specifically for the 550D?

Would be really great! Thank you!



Antwort von PeterSwiss:

Hi,

I've just received from the Flycam Nano Indian:





Must say it is because for this price a great shot success.
Super processed, clean running Gimbal, no plastic and works with my 7D + Tamron 17-50mm very good.

Greetings

Peter



Antwort von hansdebuhr:

hey!

thanks for the info and the video links! your setup weighs so sure then synonymous far right of the declared 700g? and it obviously still works quite well!

'm almost convinced. on ebay so you get the part directly from India with shipping for around 100, - ¬! pretty good!








Antwort von PeterSwiss:

"Hansdebuhr" wrote:
hey!

thanks for the info and the video links! your setup weighs so sure then synonymous far right of the declared 700g? and it obviously still works quite well!

'm almost convinced. on ebay so you get the part directly from India with shipping for around 100, - ¬! pretty good!


Yes right, keep coming at 1300-1500g depending on the setup.

I was not synonymous sure if I should buy the Steadycam, because the weight is under it but at the price can dare mans times and was worth it. I'm very satisfied :-)

But no preference, you can see on the videos so that you can handle the 550D quite well with it.



Antwort von hansdebuhr:

Yes great! Thank you! I'll order the thing. Some have even ran and now you have convinced me to Flycam Nano! :-))



Antwort von hansdebuhr:

Hi!

still have a question: which rapidly change system you use? I find this not suitable an article online ... s.sich only the flat, but always to find without the proper counterpart ...

thanks!



Antwort von PeterSwiss:

I have the Manfrotto MA357 adapter on it so I can quickly solve a lens change, the weight shift and move by simply compensate for the plate and the camera is synonymous quickly brought no tools in the balance:

http://www.guenstiger.de/price comparison/Manfrotto/MA357_Universal_Schnellwechseladapter.html



Antwort von rush:

Alternative to the Manfrotto-style: (which I personally always felt quite expensive)

Cullmann magnesite L 40 450 quick-release system is about to have ¬ p.25 and also works wonderfully



Antwort von schibbe:

very cool the Flycam nano I knew at all.
is the duty of the remains or the 100 ¬?
Anyone have experience with the Indians?

Eike




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