Thank for all the feedback,
Robert, to your question, the bike's will be varied,
the majority of footage would be captured on road bikes on asphalt turf. A minority will be shot on MTB in off-road and trail terrain.
Neal - thanks for the video - definitely too shaky for our needs, but its good to see what the suspension is able to do (and what I cannot do)
the challenge here is to capture video that has the feel like a copter steadicam shot with footage running 75min to 90mins uninterrupted.
I'll go and check out pinkbike.com thanks for the website.
Martin - This looks like it may do the deed.
very cool - it reminds me of the kickstarter based ghost steadicam, but much more compact - this may be the ticket.
Markus - do you know of any example video's with this setup I could check out? It still sounds like we're talking running everything through post or is a vibration plate able to remove all of the shake?