Behind The Scenes footage – 5D MKII on a Steadicam

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Here is a quick behind the scenes look at the Canon 5D MKII – mounted on a Steadicam.  This is a project that involves both video and stills, one that I’ll be working on for the foreseeable future with the Acroback group – a group that amongst quite a few things, is expert in the art of Parkour.  Wanted to share this quick peak with you all.

Here is the link to the higher res version of this clip.   Once again thanks to SmugMug for hosting the clip!  They’ve been incredibly supportive of the Canon 5D MKII and my efforts – and you’re likely to see us working on quite a few upcoming projects together…

A huge thanks to Michael Fuchs and Richard Patterson for their pioneering help with rigging the RedRock Micro rig to the PRO 1 unit.  I’m quite sure this was the very first time a the 5D MKII DSLR was mounted to a Steadicam rig… you’ll also notice an 800mm 5.6 in there from Canon as well.  Many thanks to Steve Losi and Joe Delora.