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SideHandle for SteadyCam Mark I&II

by MarcusWolschon, published

SideHandle for SteadyCam Mark I&II by MarcusWolschon Feb 6, 2011
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With an M8 threaded rod you can attach a side-handle to your SteadyCam Mark I and Mark II.
The handle allows fine control of the pitch of your steadycam.
Usable for right- and left- handled people.

Instructions

1: Print both parts.
2: attach a 608-bearing to the upper and lower side and use a long M8 nut to assembly the handle.
3: attach the handle to the side holes of your gimbal in a distance that is comfortable and practical to you

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And what is the purpose of this? ABS can't take the weight of proper equipment without delaminating. Pointless design.

It's a side handle.

It does not carry any weight at all.

I think it's used to destroy expensive camera equipment.

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