The Community3Dprinter project aims to bring testing/reviewing even closer to you, the viewer. To avoid any hint of partiality and getting the exact same experience as a buyer, we - the community, buys a 3D Printer together.
This is then reviewed, maybe modded and then given away to one of the donors. So by donating to the cause, you get an equal amount of chance to win/get the machine at the end of test/review period.
I have been dreaming about a nice and stable shoulder rig for quite some time now. I've finally decided to make one myself, in 3D and sharing the design and adding new features as time pass.
I really like gadgets... and i want to add functions to my camera that I cant today. It can be anything from LED-lights to Microphones and handles etc. I really like to be able to have a base that can be a shoulder rig or even a cage-rig or why not a steadycam-rig.
I've just released the first episode which simply introduces the technology for those who don't know how to create 3D-models or how they are produced. Next episode will come shortly with focus on the base design. Stay tuned!