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Title: DSLR Rig recommendations
Post by: andy.cox.1976 on March 24, 2014, 05:07:38 PM
Hi All - I want to buy a rig for my Canon 50D, mainly so I can use a follow-focus. I see that Kamerar producuts are well thought-of, does anyone have any recommendations or advice?
Thanks
Title: Re: DSLR Rig recommendations
Post by: dubzeebass on March 24, 2014, 05:14:08 PM
They are good I have all of Kamerar's products.
Title: Re: DSLR Rig recommendations
Post by: reddeercity on March 24, 2014, 06:31:21 PM
I use Redrock Micro Cinema/Studio Rig very nice follow focus, but not cheap. :)
Title: Re: DSLR Rig recommendations
Post by: hdclip on April 04, 2014, 04:01:07 PM
I use Redrock Micro Cinema/Studio Rig very nice follow focus, but not cheap. :)
The Mattebox is more expensive than the 7D secondhand.... ;)

Nice Accesories!!!!!
Title: Re: DSLR Rig recommendations
Post by: chmee on April 04, 2014, 04:11:40 PM
I just bought the Fotga Follow Focus and the Bridge Plate with 15mm Rods. Cant tell if its the best (lack of Experience), but its workin' well for the price :)
Title: Re: DSLR Rig recommendations
Post by: Levonpoche on May 06, 2014, 12:01:43 PM
hello, :)
If you want good quality dslr rig at cheap prices then go for Filmcity DSLR rigs. I owned Filmcity dslr rig for my canon eos 5d. Its quality is best in the market and really added value to my production. I love my rig because of its lightweight and also perfect for handheld shooting.
Its price is also very less.
Filmcity FC-10W
http://www.proaimshop.com/pas/FILMCITY-FC-10W-Handheld-Camera-Rig-with-Counter-Weight.html

Check out following links may suit your requirment.
http://www.proaimshop.com/pas/FILMCITY-Shoulder-DSLR-Handheld-Rig-FC-57.html
http://www.proaimshop.com/pas/FILMCITY-DSLR-SHOULDER-RIG-FC-10.html

You can easily  mount other accessories like matte box, follow focus, cage etc