Thread: What to do with BMPCC once the hdmi port breaks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryanite View Post
    That's really cool. I see that stock quite the bit I haven't been able to find one like it, mind telling me what kind it is?
    It's a bakelight grip & shoulder stock for a Russian built Krasnogorsk 16mm camera.

    Here's one on eBay:
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Pistol-GR...0AAOSwGrFZic~W

    I modified mine with a LANC controller to start/stop the record function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trispembo View Post
    It's a bakelight grip & shoulder stock for a Russian built Krasnogorsk 16mm camera.

    Here's one on eBay:
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Pistol-GR...0AAOSwGrFZic~W

    I modified mine with a LANC controller to start/stop the record function.
    Thanks for that! I need one that doesn't resemble anything like a gun which is an issue in Australia and for some reason the only ones that appear when i search are gun-like pistol stocks
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    Quote Originally Posted by cristo View Post
    Yes I noticed my HDMI connection to my monitor was very sensitive to the slightest wobble on the cable, so bought a cage and and a HDMI clamp solely to address this issue.

    Constantly worried though that the connection is still vulnerable to plugging in and out and could result in "bricking" the camera.

    Do Blackmagic offer a repair service for these issues, or does anyone know of a independent camera shop that could handle these types of repairs?

    Edit: I should add I'm in London UK :-)
    OK Cristo , well , Micro Hdmi connectors are not really professionnal connectors .. I think the best is to block your cable permanently in place , very strongly , or one could use a male micro-hdmi to female Big Hdmi standard A adapter , firmly secured in place .. Here is the solution I use , the small cable is about 10 inches long : IMG_1620RS.jpg

    Never had one problem with that solution ..

    Best Regards / Mike
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    Actually the male micro adaptor is a very good idea, set it and forget it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryanite View Post
    Thanks for that! I need one that doesn't resemble anything like a gun which is an issue in Australia and for some reason the only ones that appear when i search are gun-like pistol stocks
    I'm based in Australia and use mine regularly. It's pretty obvious it's a camera, and not a pistol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trispembo View Post
    I'm based in Australia and use mine regularly. It's pretty obvious it's a camera, and not a pistol.
    Oh sorry I was referring to some of the other grips I had found, this one is perfect.
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