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Chicken Powered Steadicam proves poultry has a future in Hollywood (video)
If you’ve decided to use a full-fledged Steadicam in your next indie blockbuster you’d better make sure you have the budget — they can run upwards of $45,000. Sure, there are cheaper options out there, some more sophisticated than others, but none are quite as amazing as this. It’s the Chicken Powered Steadicam from Pennywhistle Productions and it is, quite simply, a chicken with a camera on its head, making use of the bird’s stabilizing vestibulo-ocular reflex. In the video, embedded for your enjoyment below, you can see that version 1.0 didn’t go so well. So, our intrepid barnyard cinematographer quickly advances to version 2.0 — “a much bigger rooster.” While the video quality is low the effect is actually quite well done, but it’s the ending that really makes it all come together. Just watch the video, we won’t ruin the surprise.

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