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Here’s a simple, really functional camera slider I’ve built. There are loads of DIY camera slider video’s, but this design is a little different, more like a camera glider as it doesn’t rely on rails, so you get extra functionality and its really simple to make.
To make this design you will need:
12mm thick plywood, it’s best to buy this from a local merchants.
2 bolts with wing nuts
An office file made from polypropylene
A plastic edge strip from a DIY store,
some double-sided sticky tape,
A ball head camera mount. (I bought mine from Amazon for about £10).
Some extra offcuts of wood for feet and stiffening ribs.
Masking tape and a poly pocket
I am sometimes pretty shaky when moving any camera slider about and some people are just better at it than others (me), but the important thing is practise. With the ball head mount and a few adaptors you can put any camera you like on to this design, and it will work equally well with a DSLR or a GoPro camera. I hope a few of you have a go at building this and get good results. Thanks for watching. PT
In this video I am going to not only show you how to repair peeling, chipped or worn out clear coat. I am going to show you how to do a spot repair and blend the new clear coat into the old clear coat. Some might call this a Hack but they will be disgruntled body shop workers :0 joking aside, this is not a long lasting repair and your results will vary based on how bad the clear coat damage is on your car and how much discoloration has resulted on your base coat.
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Microfiber Towel: http://amzn.to/2diBBAh
Gray Scotch Brite Pad: http://amzn.to/2eCW7kx
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2K Clear Coat: http://amzn.to/2e2ki9N
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1500 Grit Sand Paper: http://amzn.to/2dDMbmn
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Here are some other video’s you may find interesting:
How to Restore Head Lights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHfrvX9GkX4&list=PLaRuYYPxjXI0jYx_x10bXagUgmKXi7bSI&index=2
How to Remove Scratches From Your Car: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0oEffJ5Gx4&index=4&list=PLaRuYYPxjXI0jYx_x10bXagUgmKXi7bSI
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