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DIY Motorized Camera Slider [Video]

If you're an amateur filmmaker or just want to have the best videos of your kids playing in your backyard, you can build an inexpensive camera slider that can get the same types of panning or tracking shots as commercial dolly with just scrap wood, a string, and a hobby motor. More »
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