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  • Show us your Pocket Cinema Cam Rig!!!

    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.

  • #2
    http://www.bmcuser.com/showthread.ph...ket-Camera-RIG

    Already a thread for this ^^^^^^^^^

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    • #3
      thanks.
      Last edited by Worzel Gummidge; 09-27-2013, 09:00 AM.

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      • #4
        So, nobody else then?

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        • #5
          [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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          • #6
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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, 07:57 PM.
            Lucas Kao

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            • #7
              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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              • #8
                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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                • #9
                  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.
                  Lucas Kao

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                  • #10
                    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.
                    Blackmagic-pocket-1.jpg
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                    Last edited by Jarmusch; 10-05-2013, 03:44 AM. Reason: add pic

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by cplkao View Post
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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...
                      Who do you like the Lanparte lens support?
                      -John Bauer-

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                      • #12
                        I will be adding a lens, variable ND and a hood.

                        That's it.

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                        • #13
                          Re: John

                          I had tried other cheaper lens support before settling on the Lanparte lens support, and it works great on the unit. Would recommend it for anyone looking for a good lens support.

                          The unit itself is solidly built for lanparte standard, and the biggest bonus is its extra rubber piece that wrap around the lens to hold the lens in place, give it more protection. I thinks its important for bigger lens.
                          Lucas Kao

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                          • #14
                            Here's some pics of my BMPCC rig using Wooden Camera gear... great products with outstanding customer services from Ryan Schorman!

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                            • #15
                              Ultra minimal:
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                              Hot shoe & CineSquid

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