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    My rig is slowly developing into something more presentable. Cage and base with rails from POOLi, and top handle and lens support from SmallRig, mounted to a Fancier tripod and fluid head:

    POOLi & SmallRig.jpgSmallRig supporting Meteor 5-1.jpg
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    Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
    Zenit Meteor 5-1 f/1.9 17-69mm
    LOMO 16 OKS 3-10-1 f/2.1 10 mm
    Krasnogorsk-3 pistol grip with telescopic shoulder stock
    Fancier FC-270A Tripod with FC-02H Fluid Head

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  2. #1002 My BMPCC tripod rig 
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    My (almost complete) BMPCC tripod rig, based on the LOMO/Zenit Meteor 5-1 lens, combining components from POOLi™ (half cage, 15 x 60mm base and rods), SmallRig (top handle with cold shoe base and lens support), RafCamera (M42 to MFT lens adapter and follow focus gear ring), Petroff (matte box and follow focus), and Fancier (FC-270A tripod with FC-02H fluid head).

    My BMPCC Rig (low res).jpg

    Full res image: https://guerillafilmsoldier.files.wo...017/04/rig.png

    Here are a couple of pictures trying to balance the rig with a proper couterweight, with success.

    Balanced Rig.jpg

    Full res image: https://guerillafilmsoldier.files.wo...lanced-rig.png

    The only things that remain to complete this rig, is a battery solution (JuiceBox Magic Power) and a external monitor/recorder (either BMD's 5" Video Assist or the Atomos Ninja Blade). But these are not essential right now for my needs.
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    Camera
    Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
    Zenit Meteor 5-1 f/1.9 17-69mm
    LOMO 16 OKS 3-10-1 f/2.1 10 mm
    Krasnogorsk-3 pistol grip with telescopic shoulder stock
    Fancier FC-270A Tripod with FC-02H Fluid Head

    Workstation
    Windows 10 Pro
    Resolve 12.5.4.019
    ASUS X99-A
    Intel Core i7 5820K 3.3 GHz 15MB
    16GB RAM Corsair DDR4 2133MHz CL13 Vengeance
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    Finally got the new Super 16 rig configuration setup.

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    I'm using a Ninja2 as an EVF. The Hoodman Loupe is attached with a custom 3D model I designed and had printed with a local designer in Wollongong. Fantastic guy who helped me get my first model printed and installed. It works great and only cost me about AU$30.
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    Wow!
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    Any cheap V mount plate recommendations? Say I have a monitor requires 12v and at least one more device that requires 12v, and obviously the BMPCC. And want to power all via v mount. Should I be looking for 3x 12v outputs in a v mount plate? So far all I see is 1x outputs with different voltages. Even on the ones I can't afford. I can't really afford to pay much for this but I would like to get a v mount solution because it is safer and more ergonomic than NP-F's and other similar options.

    Also looking for adjustable rosette handles for my developing shoulder rig, for less than 100-120$.

    Could also use recommendations for a 7" monitor for up to 200$ or so. Any with very low latency? Really need it to be usable during camera movement. Would also love display LUTs but I guess that'd be asking too much.

    Hopefully soon I can show you my rig which is in great progress lately.
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    Try looking at the Wooden Camera bsttery distribution power plate with a built in V mount. Very nice, all outputs isolated and is a good bit of kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denny Smith View Post
    Try looking at the Wooden Camera bsttery distribution power plate with a built in V mount. Very nice, all outputs isolated and is a good bit of kit.
    Cheers
    Looks good but seems a bit expensive for me.

    How about getting one of those D-Tap splitters to use on a single D-Tap port to add multiple devices? Would you still get same voltages on all ports?
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    My rig is finally whole. I solved my battery issue after securing my powerbank with my cage that arrived today. No more shut downs in the middle of the shoot. Now only need to find a way to mount it properly.

    Now I need front handles and a low latency decent 7" monitor ASAP.
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    I used longer rails under the camera, and mounted battery behind the camera to counterbalance the lens etc in front. Your rig looks hazardous to me if the tilt isnt locked on the tripod head.
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