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Old July 16th, 2009, 01:28 PM   #46
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The height adjustment is important as one might run with or without an audio preamp under the camera.

Minutes before a recent shoot, I got out the drill, wrench and screwdriver to allow for the juicedLink on my shoulder rig. But sometimes, I might just want to quick-mount the camera. Quickly going between the two modes is a good thing.

Of course, one can simply clamp the preamp on the rails and get it out of the equation...
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Old July 16th, 2009, 01:48 PM   #47
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The height adjustment is important as one might run with or without an audio preamp under the camera.
I just bought a battery grip for my 5D and am now looking at making a silly stack (from the top down):

- Shock mounted shotgun mic
- Camera body
- Battery grip
- juicedLink
- Kenyon KS-6 gyro

The rig would be about 40 cm tall and many kg, making it rather difficult to handhold, which is why the gyro is required.
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