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To me, the biggest capability of the Genie that separates it from other time lapse and live action motion control devices is its ability to run long distance cable cam shots – there is no other device on the market that can do this.
But, in order to run a cable cam sequence – you first need a cable cam cart.
In this article, I will share the details of my DIY hyperlapse cable cam cart that I built for use with the Syrp Genie.
Updated: the giveaway is now over, thanks everyone for playing! winner details at the bottom.
The kind folks at Syrp are giving away one of the most beautiful devices I’ve seen – a Genie Motion Control System. I do have to say that this is one of the most clever systems I’ve seen and its list of features is probably everything you’d ever need from a time lapses system (stay tuned, we have a review coming out soon too),
We wanna thank you for reading the blog, so we are we are going to give the Genie to one lucky subscribers of our newsletter. This newsletter is a pack of awesomeness that currently goes out every other Wednesday and includes the top stories reviews and inspiration from the past week. As well as exclusive offers and content. (Make sure you register today, so you don’t miss our next issue). Winners selected on Saturday, March 29th.
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JP Danko is a commercial photographer based in Toronto, Canada. JP
can change a lens mid-rappel, swap a memory card while treading water, or use a camel as a light stand.
JP’s photography is available for licensing at Stocksy United.