2 ∙ CAMERON 15MM COUNTERWEIGHT FOR RIGS 1KG
・For Counterbalancing Heavy Cameras
・15mm Rod Adapter
・Thumbscrew for Locking in Place
3 ∙ NEEWER 15MM C-SHAPE SUPPORT MOUNT BRACKET
+ TOP RUBBER HANDLE GRIP
・Solid built with Aluminum Alloy unlike those made of plastic that will
・More mounting options! The bracket coms with 1/4" screw thread and
3/8" screw thread in it for you to mount your accessories.
・Can be mounted in both way to your liking.
・A slip-proof rubber handle give you a firm and comfortable grip.
・Made according to industrial standard,compatible with 15mm rods,fits
many DSLR rod rigs.
4 ∙ NEEWER ALUMINUM ALLOY 7.9 INCHES/20CM V-SHAPE TRIPLE
COLD SHOE MOUNT BRACKET
・Three cold shoe mounts enable many accessories combinations,such
as LED light,Camera Flash,microphone,doing what traditional single
hot shoe can't do
・A 1/4"-20 threaded hole for mounting it on tripod or light stand
I'm a film editor and last year I was excited for an opportunity to shoot a documentary so I became Joe Cameraman overnight but then the project fell through and cinematography has not remained a viable option for me. At first I bought and tested out a Neewer brand rig but the shoulder mount left something to be desired. So I got turned onto the Cameron VS800 from Henry's. Lightweight and easy to adjust without knicking my fingers while using the thumbscrews. I purchased a 1kg counterweight to feel a little more grounded. Shooting on a DSLR I also wanted to be able to be prepared for filming at night so I added a V-Shape Triple Cole Shoe Mount Bracket that made it possible to have a shoe mounted LED light as well as my usual shoe mounted Rode VideoMic Pro. Then I wanted to be able to carry the rig around a little more easily so I added the Neewer C-Shape Support Mount Braket with Rubber Handle Grip. I included a selfie of me with the setup from 2018 although it was before I added the C-Shape Bracket.
Here's a video from Henry's demonstrating the VS800
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