The spindle of twine located at the rear of the operator is used as a counter weight for the custom-built camera stabilizing mount at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, June 27, 2012. Staff Sgt. Lucas Morrow, American Forces Network broadcaster, built the device out of recycled material. A professional-grade camera stabilizing mount costs $2,500, while Morrow's homemade creation costs about $4.
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OSAN AIR BASE, KR
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