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  1. #1 Show us your Pocket Cinema Cam Rig!!! 
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    Here's ours.

    BMPCC, View Factor cage, Cineik Handle, Rode Videomic Pro, Angenieux 15-150mm lens, Manfrotto lens support (also have 15mm rods), Genus Eclipse vari-ND and hood, and Edelkrone hand grip, Metabones C Mount to M4/3 adapter, oh and the Swivi VF-4 Loupe (covers about 90% of the screen).

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    Now share yours please.
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    http://www.bmcuser.com/showthread.ph...ket-Camera-RIG

    Already a thread for this ^^^^^^^^^
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    thanks.
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    So, nobody else then?
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    [QUOTE=Worzel Gummidge;84481]Here's ours.

    BMPCC, View Factor cage, Cineik Handle, Rode Videomic Pro, Angenieux 15-150mm lens, Manfrotto lens support (also have 15mm rods), Genus Eclipse vari-ND and hood, and Edelkrone hand grip, Metabones C Mount to M4/3 adapter, oh and the Swivi VF-4 Loupe (covers about 90% of the screen).

    _DSC1522.jpg

    Now share yours please.[/QUOTE
    That is one badass pocket camera. I don't have the camera yet but do have the Angenieux 12-120mm lens. Can you post some images from that lens.
    Thanks
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    Here is my pocket no longer rig.

    Breakdown:
    Viewfactor Cage + Screen protector + Super grip
    Hoodman 3.5 inch monitor shade
    Arri Bayonet adaptor to MTF adaptor
    Zeiss Optex convert 12-120/T2.4
    Lanparte Heigh adjustable baseplate
    Lanparte lens supporting unit
    Modified Tilta Off set shoulder pad
    Genus Matte Box Wide + Nun's Knicker
    Makeshift handle using 15mm rod component
    Borrowed SmallHD 4 monitor

    Yep I need a bigger tripod...
    Last edited by cplkao; 09-28-2013 at 10:57 PM.
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    Nice rig. I'd probaly find a more central place for the shoulder pad tho. I bet that thing is super front heavy.
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    How do you like the Rode Videomic Pro on the Pocket Camera? I need an audio solution and this looks interesting.
    Thanks!
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    Re: Brian

    Yeah its very front heavy, alot of strains on my forehand, and not very stable when handheld. I may need to balanced it with rear weight/battery block...
    Thanks for the tip about the position of the shoulder pad, its a better position for me as I am leaning my eye at the Hoodman shade as another point of contact for stablisation.
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    yesterday after spending an hour to build the rig from my spare parts and I really like it. I plan to use it with my PL lens.
    However, today I saw it on the table, I said to myself "oh man I will lose selling point of that camera, that rig is 3 time bigger than the pocket cam". That was fun to add things up btw.

    BTW, some of my lenses are reasonably big. I ordered the viewfactor rig with hotrod PL adapter support but I have another PL adapter so I still have no idea how to modify the hotrod support to work with my adapter since I dont want to add separate lens support.

    This is my rig (I use RX100 as model 'cos camera has not arrived): I know it's ridiculous but That was fun!
    My adapter looks like second picture. If you want to share idea about how to make hotrod support to work with my adapter, I am appreciated all advices.
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