Mike Wilhelm - September 26th, 2012
As you may have seen on Videomaker.com, we recently got our hands on the Pocket Rig by Edelkrone. At Videomaker, we're strong believers that if you're shooting on a DSLR, support is essential. Since the bodies are so small, these are cameras where the center of gravity is often in the lens. Combine that with the fact that the grip is vertical rather than horizontal, and you have yourself a recipe for wobbly video if you choose to shoot hand-held. We put the Pocket Rig on a Canon 5D Mark III and took it for a spin.
Jackson Wong - July 25th, 2012
The CameraRibbon Rig D is designed for compatible cameras such as Canon's EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 7D, Nikon's D800 and other similar DSLR cameras.
Jackson Wong - April 18th, 2012
The support is only as good as the operator, and in this case it is you, the idea with the Recoil is that the camera will rest on your shoulder.
Jackson Wong - April 17th, 2012
The HandiZoom provides camera and zoom controls to your fingertips, and helps stabilize your shooting. The motorized drive for manipulating the zoom helps ensure a smooth motion.
Jackson Wong - April 16th, 2012
In Las Vegas Manfrotto has the Sympla Shoulder Support System (MVA511WK, $1,150), Flexible Mattebox (MVA512WK, $1,150) and Long Lens Support (MVA513WK $1,050.)