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Laney Naling

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About Laney Naling

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    Modified Glide Gear DNA 6001 Vest & Arm, Modified Steadicam Solo Sled
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    Chicago, IL

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  1. Exactly what Tim said, once her dress covers up the frame I believe that's where they cut. I'm glad you both enjoy this shot as well!
  2. Jeongwoo, here's the link! However, this was the only website I can find with extension posts. I'm not sure if this would fit nor work. I was told this rig was a Zephyr but with further inspection (and removing tape to reveal labels) I believe it's a heavily modified Frankenstein build meant to act similar to a Zephyr. I know for sure that the arm is a Glide Gear DNA 6001 though, and have found the arm post could be removed when unscrewed from the bottom. First two images are of the arm post I had originally and it's assembly. The last three are the makeshift arm rod extension I made. Th
  3. This scene in total is about 4 minutes and I believe I can see a break between two shots that they edited into one. I was lucky to be in a Q & A with the actors where they said the steadicam op, Chris Haarhoff was given little direction especially at the point of the argument. I love this movie, and although the moves are simple they're very telling to the story!
  4. Hi Tom, I have the Glide Gear's DNA 6002 Arm. I was able to use a 9mm aluminum threaded rods (that I've stacked from time to time) with an adapter 3/8" 1/4" so it can fit onto my gimbal. However, I wasn't sure which option was the safest. How were you able to create your own arm posts? Also would it be better to invest in real arm posts than my alternative? Thank you for this!
  5. Hi there! Fairly new to steadicam, I have a zephyr rig and the arm post I was given was around 4 inches / 2.54 cm. I'm 4'11" or 149cm and most of the projects I have been on the subjects have been at 5'6" at the shortest. For the most part, I was just lifting my rig and barely putting weight on my arm in order to get to their eye level which makes the arm sort of useless. I was told by a friend that I should get longer arm posts and have found only one website on it so far but I could be missing something. Any tips on where I should start looking ? What's a good range of sizes for someon
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