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You can get plastic cases in many types of sizes and quality, from cheap food storage tubs to more rugged pelican cases. I would go with a Pelican Case, and add some Pick and Pluck foam to it. They come in dozens of sizes. I bought a big one for all of my photo gear for my trip down the Colorado river in the grand canyon. There are some small Pelican cases ...


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I have had intentional tremors for several years and it is getting worse. I have noticed the time goes by it's more and more difficult to handhold my cameras without help. I've tried different kinds of grips, weights, wrist supports, arm supports, and even handheld gimbals. And as you know, monopods or tripods can be cumbersome or not allowed in some public ...


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Stabilization glove prototype? I did some Google search about 'mechanical compensating parkinson tremor' which led me to look for 'Wearable Tremor Suppression glove' which led me to http://gyrogear.co/ 'GyroGlove'. Gyrogear is a company trying to develop a wearable glove which can help to stabilize the tremor. The glove works by using the gyroscopic effect ...


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Pancake is better for filming, but for (movement) photography, this old big plastic is better - When u have pancake mounted u can't count on fast change of focal lenght, which is sometimes croucious.


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