I bought a used tripod and saved myself $70 off the new price, but it didn’t come with a mounting plate to go in the head of the tripod. It was a pretty easy fix really, just took a chunk of chechen wood and a 1/4×20 bolt to build my own. ■ Music by Hope;: http://soundcloud.com/hopesemicolon/spineless
I got my hands on a free promotional backpack and needed camera storage, so this happened. Kaizen foam used to organize parts, grommets and paracord used to hold the large tripod. ■ Music by The Marphoi Project: http://soundcloud.com/the-marphoi-prj/lazy-heart ■ Kaizen Foam provided by FastCap: http://amzn.to/2j6L8yC Build Details Build Details
Yes, I have a bit of a timelapse fetish. I got a kitchen timer for just $3 and made this awesome panning timelapse rig that circles 360 degrees in 1 hour. Share? Subscribe?
GoPro camera pole turned from a single piece of mahogany with grip made from 550 Paracord. The paracord adds a very comfortable grip but is also great for emergency situations – 24ft total on the handle.