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    Hello, I recently got back into Rc after a pretty long time, and couldn?t be happier. I also kind of fell into the hobby of filming while out enjoying my truck. It?s nothing special but hopefully with some better gear in the near future I can produce some more realistic footage. Future plans include getting a gimbal for smooth shots, a trailfinder 2 for a more realistic looking rig and more practice editing. I recently picked up an scx24 for my son... cough cough for me too that I?ll mess around with over the winter and maybe make a video here and there to practice editing. But come spring again I?ll hopefully make a video a week. Thanks for watching and a like and a sub would go a long way if you like my videos and if not that?s ok too.

    Cheers

    https://youtu.be/b5KtacvfqJA

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    Filming is fun and addictive. Make sure you get down as low as possible. Imagine your camera is being carried by a scale figure. Anywhere they can go is game for filming. Make sure to wear old clothes cause you will be getting low on the ground to make the shots.


    Wes

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    Good points Wes, I’ve got old clothes aplenty. Hopefully spring will won’t be late ( I know it’s only November right?) and I can get out and make some more films. Until then I picked up an scx24 to chase the cats around the house and practice filming with.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by HanShotFirst View Post
    Good points Wes, I’ve got old clothes aplenty. Hopefully spring will won’t be late ( I know it’s only November right?) and I can get out and make some more films. Until then I picked up an scx24 to chase the cats around the house and practice filming with.

    Cheers
    Nice first start! If you don't like getting muddy (like me) I suggest getting yourself a gimbal and a monopod. I use a Zhiyun Crane, and I attached a Manfrotto monopod to the bottom, and run it upside down. Camera can essentially drag on the ground, and I can stand straight up. Perfect!
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    Thanks! I’ve got a gimbal on order, it’s a Dji om3 and an extension pole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HanShotFirst View Post
    Thanks! I’ve got a gimbal on order, it’s a Dji om3 and an extension pole.
    Perfect! That'll do you well!
    SBG OWNER YOUTUBE AXIAL AMBASSADOR GCM TEAM DRIVER VANQUISH KNIGHT CUSTOMS TEAM

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