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Mike Allen
Stabilizing HV40 on boat
on Jun 14, 2010 at 1:32:20 pm

Does anyone have experience stabilizing a camcorder on a boat? When I tried a monopod on the floor of the boat, my HV40 looked like jello. Any tips will be appreciated. I have been doing corporate video for 20 years, however I do some side work and I have never encountered extream jello cam before. Also, are there settings in the menu that I might change in order to get a better picture.

At the end of the day, I held the monopod above the floor of the boat (floating the cam.) and it did result in removing most of the jello look, but there is probably a better way.

In addition, I am sort of looking for the "poor man's" solution. In other words, I really do not want a super high dollar solution for a $600 HDV camera. So try to take that into account when you reply.

Thanks,
Mike


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Bob Dix
Re: Stabilizing HV40 on boat
on Jun 25, 2010 at 12:37:16 am

Turn the IS on for one thing, you probably have? Hang on to it firmly and do not wave it around, obvious, hand held should be Ok , but, you can stabilize in software if not too bad>

Freelance Imaging & Video
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