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  1. Hey all, I've been seeing a lot of wireless follow focus units coming out and already in existence. I personally use a Preston FiZ or Chrosziel Magnum (Owned by Evidence Camera Rentals in Echo park) but have been wanting my own unit for my personal shoots. I don't have the budget to get my own FiZ or anything fancy but I would like to spend maybe a few grand on something that is somewhat reliable. I really only need one motor at this point for low end stuff, but the option for more couldn't hurt, and definitely would like something that can worth well with other brand motors if need be. What do you think? Any suggestions? Thoughts? Thank you for your responses! - James
  2. Are you looking for a good place to learn and improve your Steadicam Skills? Lukas Franz, one of the best swiss Steadicam Operators teaches you in small groups of 4 to 8 people how the get the best out of your favorite tool. Creative Docks is the leading provider of film workshops in Switzerland and makes sure that the events are always on the best level possible. Do you want to have an insight on how these workshops look? Check out this video: http://vimeo.com/46248178 For more informations and tickets visit: creative-docks.com Next dates: 16th March 2013 (Basics) 4th May 2013 (Basics) 5th May 2013 (Advanced) We are looking forward to seeing you in one of our workshop soon!
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