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Old May 14th, 2009, 10:43 AM   #31
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Anyone have their hands on the DSLR2.0 kit already? I was going for the shoulder mount alr and after doing some more work, I'm caught bet the "Captain Stubling" DSLR Bundle and the microshoulder config. They are totally different but I shoot run and gun events mainly and I need a stable and lightweight rig for pulling focus steadily.

I am inclined towards the Cpt S bundle but not really convinced about using the left hand to pull focus yet hold on to the left handle with 3 fingers! It would be great if they had something like the gunstock which zacuto is offering to add a pressure point against the body. Unfortunately the zacuto kit is at a price close to 5D2 body so its outda reach! Would love to hear from anyone who owns the Cpt S already. Thks.
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