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How to Build the Krotocam ( DIY Steadicam )

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Published on Apr 9, 2013

In this video I show you how to build an extremely easy to assemble and balance DIY steadicam. It also looks pretty sharp and requires no painting! Listed below you will find the parts I used to build this. Thanks for watching and feel free to subscribe for future DIY's and shorts.

Here is the demo short with the Krotocam called "Splintered Past" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MV6T3E...

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2 - Sets of Dual Flash Brackets - http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dual-L-Univer...

1 - skate bearing

1 - LED flash light (purchased mine at the dollar tree but you might already have one)

1 - 1/4 20 T-nut ( Found mine at the local hardware store for 20 cents) You may only be able to find ones with spikes on them. These will work but you just have to break off the spikes and just make sure its a 1/4 20 thread.

1 - Package of Traxxas 1951 U-joint http://www.amazon.com/Traxxas-1951-Sh...

1 - Ground clamp - http://www.homedepot.com/p/t/20290760...

1 - Dollar tree ice scraper or whatever you can find to use as a cushion for the handle.

And lastly a few 1/4" washers and a good handful of 1/4" fender washers. Try and buy these at places that sell nuts and bolts by the pound as it will be WAY cheap. Like Tractor Supply.

Thanks to Scott at the FrugalFilmmaker for introducing me to the brackets!

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