The Making Of A Shoulder Rig.

October 1, 20110 Comments

All This To Shoot Handheld?

A Work In Progress.

When shooting handheld with the AF-100 it’s kind of difficult because of its build. This is where things get complicated. In order to get the camera in the conventional ENG position you have to get the camera over your shoulder. Now comes the expensive part. This means a baseplate, rails, handles and clamps just to get started. A EVF or small monitor is also needed.

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I'm a broadcast DP In San Diego. I enjoy sharing what I'm working on and testing new equipment. This blog is also part of giving back. I've learned so much from so many people.

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