Kontinuum Glide. The 3D-printable glidecam
December 02, 2012 06:23PM
As a videographer and reprap enthusiast I have been thinking about this for a while.

"A glidecam is a hand held camera stabilizer, which, through a 3 axis gimbal and a counter weight system, separates the movements of the camera operator from those of the camera, providing smoother motion for the viewer."

The Kontinuum Glide is all that, AND you can make it on your 3D printer.
I made one for my Canon 60D, but it's suitable for all dslr's and other small cameras, thanks to its adjustable camera carriage.

Printed on a Prusa Mendel, in white and black ABS.
Layer height 0,3mm

Documentation and more pictures can be found at: [www.thingiverse.com]
Short sample video from the first field test can be seen here: [www.youtube.com]
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Re: Kontinuum Glide. The 3D-printable glidecam
February 10, 2013 03:21PM
Awsome!
Re: Kontinuum Glide. The 3D-printable glidecam
February 13, 2013 06:04PM
That is really cool! I actually looked for one of these about a half year ago on thingiverse.
Re: Kontinuum Glide. The 3D-printable glidecam
February 14, 2013 12:04PM
Very cool!
Re: Kontinuum Glide. The 3D-printable glidecam
March 13, 2015 01:37AM
That is awesome, go you!!
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