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Adding a ARRI Dovetail System to Sony FS7. Is it Worth it?

Adding a ARRI Dovetail System to Sony FS7. Is it Worth it?

December 5, 20152 Comments

I’ve been using Kessler Quick Release System for some time now. All my camera have some iteration of the Arcs Swiss camera plates that are compatible wit the Kessler clamp. It works great but….. I hate the way the camera tips over when it’s put down on a flat surface. The issue is more with […]

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Quick Tip: SmallRIG Mounting Accessories For the Gratical X

Quick Tip: SmallRIG Mounting Accessories For the Gratical X

August 8, 20150 Comments

Mounting the Gratical X is pretty easy if you have the Axis Mini and a 15mm rail mounting point on your camera or cage/rig. But what if you don’t have a solution yet and are short on cash. I found one company that has some pretty inexpensive bits and they seem to be built pretty […]

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SmallHD Sidefinder with 502 Monitor Hands on Review

SmallHD Sidefinder with 502 Monitor Hands on Review

August 4, 20154 Comments

The SmallHD 500 series are bright sharp 5″ monitors. I have the 502 and so far it’s a must carry to all my shoots. It has a few quirks but nothing that won’t get fixed in future firmware updates. Let’s face it. Nothing is perfect but when a product helps make your job easier it […]

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Building A Rig For My GH4. Parts. Lots of Parts!

Building A Rig For My GH4. Parts. Lots of Parts!

December 1, 201414 Comments

I’ve been messing around with parts I already owned to try and rig up the GH4 for more advanced shooting. Advanced meaning using an audio person and capturing sound into the GH4. Also having better monitoring options for different environments like shooting outside. Here is what I have so far and it works pretty well. […]

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