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Richard van den BoogaardRe: Connection Accessories to DSLR
by on Sep 3, 2010 at 11:09:04 am

Instead of working with a field monitor, you may consider having a Zacuto Z-Finder attached to the back, unless of course you have multiple people that need to see the image you're recording.

I use Manfrotto 394 quick-release plates to attach my cameras to my tripods and monopods. You might consider the purchase of a cage (powered or non-powered if you have lots of things to connect.

As for the Zoom H4N - I carry it in my pocket with the receiver for the mic attached. You do have to check regularly if audio is recording properly.

Richard van den Boogaard
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