The idea was developed from building a stable camera platform for my multirotored helicopter. I have been a professional aerial cinematographer for 3 years and I’m always trying to figure out how to get the smoothest footage. I realized what I designed for the air needs to be applied for the ground. My steadicam was put in the closet and I started using my camera mount for filming on the ground. It was just easier and lighter. I am not physically built to be a steadicam operator, but because the Ghost is so light and designed for smaller cameras, I can run around with it all day. You can also use two hands, so one arm won’t get too fatigued. Or, you can mount it to a steadicam vest and arm.
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