The microShoulderMount Deluxe Bundle is a flexible approach to portable camera support. The microShoulderMount starts by adding hand grips and a microShoulderPad with FieldTech™ to virtually any camera rig.
The hand grips and shoulder pad can be attached and positioned in an unlimited number of ways to create exactly the solution that’s right for you.
The microShoulderMount can be upgraded with the addition of microMounts and rod components to build even more configurations for support.
The microPod and microPowerPod can be added to the rear of the rig for counterbalance weight and additional mounting options for accessories such as noga arms, portable hard drive recorders, etc.
The microShoulderMount Bundle is great for camera setups that already have a rod support system. This bundle does not include 15mm rods. If you need rods, consider the microShoulderMount Deluxe Bundle.
The microShoulderMount Deluxe Bundle includes everything in the microShoulderMount Bundle, and adds 18” rods. The Deluxe Bundle is great for camera setups that don’t already have a rod support system.
Generally this system requires at least one additional component: a rod clamp or a microMount with spud for external monitoring. Please see configuration tab for more details.
The microShoulderMount Bundle includes:
- microShoulderPad with FieldTech™
- 1 rod clamp
- 2 rubberized handgrips
- handlebar clamp
- One 4 inch handlebar rod
- One 8 inch handlebar rod
- Two 18 inch 15mm carbon fiber rods
The microShoulderMount can be used to provide shoulder support for a wide variety of cameras and configurations.
In the stock configuration, the video camera is mounted on top of the shoulderpad, and monitoring is typically done via an external monitor mounted to the handlebar with a microMount (microMount not included).
For use with the camera's flip-out LCD, purchase an additional microShoulderMount rod clamp and mount the camera forward from the shoulder.
To use the camera's eyepiece, add the offset kit with microLink4 riser version (you would mount it in an inverted position so the video camera is lower) and an additional rod clamp.
This configuration is not recommended for DSLR cameras. Instead look at the eyeSpy rigs, or the DSLR Field Cinema Bundle.
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