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Build a DSLR Shoulder Rig [Photography]

If you're a filmmaker or just like to have family videos that don't evoke The Blair Witch Project you may be interested in acquiring a shoulder mount to stabilize your DSLR camera when shooting videos. You can spend a lot of money buying a rig or build one with $25 in hardware store parts. More »
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