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chris pagoria
DSLR Shoulder Rigs; Suggestions?
on Nov 11, 2013 at 6:46:37 pm

A good DSLR shoulder rig can run $1000+ As an independent filmmaker, thats a budget buster!
Does anyone have suggestions on budget friendly shoulder rigs??????

I found this shoulder rig on Kickstarter for $69 that is pretty cool
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/motionsource/the-motion-source-shoulder...


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Joseph W. Bourke
Re: DSLR Shoulder Rigs; Suggestions?
on Nov 11, 2013 at 10:07:13 pm

While it's pretty cool looking, spend a couple of hours using it, and you'll find it's a cool looking torture device. No apparent padding for the shoulders or padded grips for the hands? Come on!

You can find these for from 29.95 to 75 dollars in a number of places. I suggest you don't spend more than 35 bucks for it - try it out - see how it works for your equipment - then either put it in the closet, or use it all the time. I have one, and while it's not a Cadillac, it allows you to work with one hand (or even no hands), and is quite well balanced:

http://dslrvideoshooter.com/cheap-20-dollar-rig-works-well-for-hdslr-work/

Joe Bourke
Owner/Creative Director
Bourke Media
http://www.bourkemedia.com


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Brian Robinson
Re: DSLR Shoulder Rigs; Suggestions?
on Mar 1, 2014 at 5:25:35 am

When choosing DSLR Shoulder Rigs, Make sure you choose one which is light weight, uses a rail system and has slots to fit your accessories.

Checkout this list of top 4 dslr shoulder rigs.

Tell us which one you bought! :)


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Dan Green
Re: DSLR Shoulder Rigs; Suggestions?
on Mar 5, 2014 at 12:28:34 pm

CAmtree hunt the second dslr shoulder mount rig I've bought because I loved the first one so much.

Got a second camera and had to get a dedicated rig for it. It does take a while to get used to it, but that's why it's ADJUSTABLE. Adjusted to where it is comfortable to your needs.
Love this product for its portability.
http://www.flycamdslr.com/hdvs/CAMTREE-HUNT-II-DSLR-Shoulder-Rig.html


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Gerry Condez
Re: DSLR Shoulder Rigs; Suggestions?
on Mar 19, 2014 at 11:05:17 pm

Here is what we have been using to shoot events for over 3 years now. I designed it myself.
It uses only one Anton to power the mixer, wireless mic, camera, lights and the shotgun mic.
Basically its like shooting with a camcorder and be able to focus and zoom same time. It has
a tigger on the hand grip so you dont have to take your hands off the grip. Also has sony standard
quick release plate to quickly remove from the tripod.


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