The steadicam shot is seen in just about every major motion picture. It allows the filmmaker to bring the camera along with the action, without having to lay track for a dolly or set up a crane or a jib. The steadicam is counterbalanced, and utilizes a spring loaded dampening arm to help make the shot as smooth as the operator chooses to make it.

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