Director Of Photography
Im a content creator in both stills and video. My main focus is in film and TV but i shoot a little bit of everything.
Jerry I like to poke fun just like the next guy but very curious why you leave 3 negative comments and say your not interested in our stuff but yet you keep coming back to leave more comments. Something brings you back and that something is the power of the GOAT! Good luck with all that you do and keep making things happen. Cheers
Dave thanks for the comment and the advise. We do offer our parts individual to allow people on lower budgets to gain access to our system. Once we are doing large volume runs the cost will drop. Until then we are just trying to get the word out.
Charlie your girl friend sounds like a very wise camera woman! Four feet, 6 feet, 8 feet etc, it does not matter the length as long as you get the money shot!
Lorenzo thanks for the comment. Im reading into things but Im guessing you have worked with other sliders that use tripods or combo stands. Im also guessing you know how tough it is to move other sliders around and the hassle involved with getting things leveled quickly. That is the main reason I designed the Goat! I hated sliders that used stands and tripods! In my work, one day im on an IMAX and the next im on a DSLR. I wanted and needed a slider that set up in minutes, leveled on any terrain and could handle any camera. That is when the Goat was born! If you ever want to rent or demo a unit just let me know and ill hook you up.
Jerry i see you know a ton about animals and their costs but Im curious how all that helps you get precision shots with a slider? Maybe you know something im missing but real world problems often lead to real world solutions. The Camera Goat was designed to adapt to any situation and handle any camera from IMAX to GoPro. So if you ever want to stop playing Old MacDonald give me a call and i can get you a Camera Goat to add to your petting zoo:)
I loved TED talks before but now i like them even more! Thanks for the post!