Insanely steady camera image stabilizer

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+9 1. abriehat commented 8 years ago

Wow, I want one.
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+24 2. Dmitry commented 8 years ago

#1 Good way to get some exercise for sure. Turn camera, turn! I want to take a picture of that blue bird to the left! No the other left! Why aren't you turning?! Oh, you son of a bitch, you made the bird fly away! >:)
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+38 3. Platonic commented 8 years ago

hmm... is this the human answer to the chickens..?
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-3 4. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

Why was there no sudden up and down or left to right movements (i)
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+9 5. YoArgentino commented 8 years ago

#4, because the camera is looking itself on a mirror.

Look at the wall, it does move up, down, left and right!
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+1 6. heyhey commented 8 years ago

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+6 7. dogfish commented 8 years ago

And how can he move the camera, actually? :(|)
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+1 8. LQoQK commented 8 years ago

how I mean how did he
what is this thing :'( it looks unreal
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0 9. buckleg08 commented 4 years ago

Can we mount a camera on a chicken head? They have a similar system...8-)