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#21 escape


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Posted 20 March 2012 - 03:30 PM

Very nice EunJae. I am so encouraged by your success and that my setup is almost the same as yours: 7D and NA-7D, Canon 100, INON 330 & 165s, DP4, Aquavolts and XIT404.

So far I am using the rig 'hand-held' and will try mounting the DP4 on the rear 1" ball on the XIT404 in order to lower the centre of gravity. I mount the Aquavolts on the left and right balls on the XIT404 for the same reason.

Of course, if I were shooting super-macro video, I will need to reconfigure the mounts to be able to use the XIT404 as a tripod mount rather than as it is presently used.

I'm looking forward to seeing more of your great work! Tim

Nice setup, Timmoranuk.
I might try DP4 on rear ball for WA shooting, thanks for the idea.
BTW, I really need more powerful light (like your Aquavolts) even for macro video. SOLA 1200 x 2 was not enough when shooting in shallow & bright condition.

Edited by escape, 20 March 2012 - 05:30 PM.

#22 sasdasdaf


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Posted 21 March 2012 - 04:51 AM

Wow, super cool video. The green hairy shrimp is spectacular.

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