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Despite the name, It's not something you'll mount to your bicycle. Here's an interesting PVC configuration from Vimeo member Vu Le. The PVC rig was designed to allow multiple points to grab and stabilize, a short shoulder support, and a chest bar. The video is pretty self explanatory and in the end shows you how to make one yourself. There's some additional 'pros' and 'cons' you can find in the Vu Le's video description. [Thanks Vu]

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Vimeo member Josh Donnelly revisits the‚Äč DIY PVC shoulder rig article. A reminder that if you're not mounting accessories that require 15mm rails, this is a good start for DSLR Video stabilization. This has to be one of the best DIY PVC shoulder rig designs providing a wide enough area to rest over the shoulder, can be counterweighted in the rear, and have wide handles. If you're not permanently gluing the PVC together, the rig can break down for traveling. There's some additional information following the details of Josh's Vimeo video description and an older article featured in this blog here: http://cheesycam.com/pvc-camera-shoulder-support/. [Thanks Josh]

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