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02-17-2012 11:44 AM
That thing looks adjustable.
Maybe Use a shim plate to get it higher. Maybe the slide plate from your head.
The AF100 is pretty standard dimension from base to centre of lens. Thats why its easy to fit rod and base plate systems (and mattaboxes) with minimum adjustment. What camear is that device designed for?www.shooterfilm.co.nz
Adobe CS6 Production Suite, Win7 Pro
AF102 : RR baseplate & Lens support, F/F, Shoot35 Cinebox, Panasonic 1700HD Monitors. Adaptimax adapters. Ikan VX7e.
Prime Lenses: Nikkors . 20/f2.8, 24/f2.8, 28/f2.8, 35/f2.8, 50/f1.4, 50/f2, Micro 55/f3.5, Micro 60/f2.8, 85/f1.8, 105/f2.5, 135/f2.8, Contax -Zeiss 28/f2.8, 35/f2.8, 50/f1.7, 85/f2.8
VariPrimes: Nikkor 17-35/f2.8, 28-70/f2.8,
GH2. Olympus 14-54 MkII
Cartoni , Weaver Miller Heads , Miller legs. Slider
02-17-2012 02:47 PM
Hi Shooter, I don't have a height adjuster so I went ahead and ordered the 2" riser from vfgadgets. I just saw Philip Bloom's video about the device and saw that he was also using an AF100 with the same 2" riser. The strange thing is that the riser is supposed to be for the 16x9 eyedirect. Yet I know Bloom was using it with the HDV version.