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Daniel_R
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This is a nice / cheap option (I think) for those looking for a support system for their DSLR

http://www.ikancorp.com/productInfo.php?id=289

Anybody has found any other options?

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Mocarg
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$399… Quite a bit :/

It’s just a metal acting as counter-weight.

I made something by hand, i will take a picture of it and post it here soon ;)

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Daniel_R
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$399… Quite a bit :/

It’s just a metal acting as counter-weight.

I made something by hand, i will take a picture of it and post it here soon ;)

-m.

when you see other options around $1000 and up this is cheap.

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DigitalRicky
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I’ve never liked that arm that rests on your stomach or rig. I have a “custom” one made from a friend of my Dad who does some welding.

The rig itself is pretty heavy (8lb), but I prefer the weight to give it that over-the-shoulder broadcast camera feel, and it helps stabilizing it.

Theres always the spiderbrace.com one for even cheaper-cheapos :D

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flashato
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Thank you guys, would love to see some home made from you…

@daniel ,good stuff, i was looking the DSLR Field Cinema Deluxe Bundle V2 of redrock but almost 2000 :(

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