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Well everyone I thought that everyone might be interested in an inexpensive video/photo camara stabilizer rig. I was inspired by membrers of youtube who had the original Idea which came from The Frugal Filmmaker http://www.youtube dot com/watch?v=qZtlSVgG1h8 and modifications made by wolfsieger1http://www.youtube dot com/watch?v=FAUeVawaPGM all credit for this project goes to them. I've further modified the design to accomadate a GoPro Hero 2 and a Sola 1200 Underwater Light. If you have any question please let me know or check out the original design by the frugal filmmaker on youtube. I hope this is helpfull to someone. Feed back Welcome, I will be upgrading my GoPro Hero 2 with Backscatter Custom GoPro Housing and 55mm Red Magic Filter.