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Header image for article NAB 2013: Steadicam SOLO

NAB 2013: Steadicam SOLO

I was able to stop by the Tiffen / Steadicam booth at NAB 2013, and one of the standout products was the new Steadicam Solo.

Designed to be versatile and adaptable, the SOLO can easily convert between a Steadicam and a monopod, which makes it ideal for run & gun shooting situations. Watch my interview with Derek Hester, Production Planning at Tiffen-Steadicam, to learn more.

Jeff Lee
National Training Manager / Camera Tech Specialist, AbelCine NY

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