Does anyone have tips or tricks for stabilizing in camera inside a moving vehicle? So far this year I've find myself shooting inside a snow plow, a police cruiser, and one a feature reporter's car. I've tried hand-holding and bracing against various body parts. I've splayed the legs of a tripod between the front and back seats. I've tried with a little HV-30 and bigger, heavier EX-1, and nothing seems to help dampen the bumps from the road. Short of some sort of steadicam rig, what can I do?
Thanks for the suggestion. Yesterday was a hop in hop out situation on the police ridealong, would this work in that situation? It looks like I could connect to a quick release head so the camera could come with me quickly. Can you position it inside so it doesn't interfere too much with the driver? If you have the chance, would you mind posting a picture to Facebook so I could check out the setup?
Oh I see, I thought it was going to be a camera dedicated to shoot only on a rig and not being taken on and off. The sticky pod I have is meant the camera staying on for a long shot for driving, etc.
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Do this Eric.
Cool thanks Colin!