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    Mounting four G3 receivers?
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    Any recommendations for something to mount 4 Sennheiser G3 receivers to?
    Only thing I've come up with is this, a 12" cold shoe
    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...extension.html


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    Mounting them to your camera? Which camera? I have a piece of velcro on the back of mine. I'm sure you could fashion a flat plate that attaches somewhere convenient.


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    I made a plate that mounts to a magic arm.





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    Thanks guys. Which camera? Usually either sony fs700r or panasonic ux180.
    I don't usually use 4 at once but when I do....


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    Does it need to be camera mounted? Has anyone ever had "issues" with them being mounted that closely to each other? The shielding around the local oscillator is the best due to size, so sometimes you can get effects from one onto the next, usually with the range because they detune each other. Haven't worked with the portable G3, not sure it applies to this model, but I've seen it with other gear throughout the last 30 years.


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