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    Quote Originally Posted by Postmaster View Post
    Added a better handle, a cheese plate or exoskeleton?

    Here is the place to show off.


    This is my (preliminary) rig for the moment (sorry the crappy smartphone pic - I do some better ones tomorrow)

    Still ab bit awkward, but need to go to the machine shop next week and get me some custom build stuff.

    Frank

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    What type/model is that base plate?
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    looks like the Indian copy of RedRock Micro's base plate


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    What's the make and model of that side brace you are using?

    Nice rig!


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    Side brace C-frames are ProAim India - today I would buy these here though - much better quality:

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    http://www.trusmt.com/en/proview.asp?id=103

    This one is also very nice: http://www.ebay.de/itm/Rail-system-R...item33693f81a5



    There are actually 2 base plates on my rig. One (the lower one, that also holds the rods and c-frames) is a Bescor v-mount studio plate.
    On top of that, there is a fast release plate for the camera, so I can remove it from the cage within seconds.

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    I think god sent you something better under the monitor


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mestizo Devon View Post
    I think god sent you something better under the monitor
    Haha yeah seems to be someone hiding under there.

    Shoulder pad looks awfully far back though.


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    Very nice, I am waiting for some cash to get a Easom Halo Solo and Berky Baseplate for my FS100!


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    Looking at all those big rigs, I wonder whether the tripods many of them are mounted on have enough load capacity? Like 12-15 kgs? Judging from the size of the head balls, they don't...

    This is somewhat of a problem to me right now. My big and heavy EX1 rig I'm using with a hefty tripod (up to 15 Kgs pay load), but for the FS100 I wanted to go lightweight, so I bought the 504HD head on carbon legs (very nice and light tripod from Manfrotto), This is ideal for the FS100 alone, but the full-blown rig is definitely too heavy for it...


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    Here's my rig. Will be shooting a huge action scene next week... will update you guys on what i'm actually using on set.

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