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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew J View Post
    I really don't understand why anyone still does actual handheld when there is the easyrig. It's especially helpful for people like me who are super tall (6'4) and there's no way to shoot most stuff handheld.
    Everybody shoots differently :)
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    I completely loose the weight of a camera with an easy rig and the footage has a very different feel in my opinion.
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    1080?????
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    I would have loved to test this at the show, but it wasn't connected to a camera.
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    Looks like we are gonna 3rd party aks for this one again.
    Just look at Alexa EVF and how it mounts on camera then make the same.I just dont understand why Red never gives a shit about shoulder use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kemalettin Sert View Post
    Looks like we are gonna 3rd party aks for this one again.
    Just look at Alexa EVF and how it mounts on camera then make the same.I just dont understand why Red never gives a shit about shoulder use.
    Seriously. The AMIRA EVF has become admired for a reason. Frankly the Alexa needs an EVF overhaul and just adapt the Amira EVF to the Alexa. Done. Plus menu controls on that are lovely.
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    Amira EVF is HDMI Mini

    So is this new Bomb EVF attached to the Side Panel Ports?

    How are you suppose to adjust the EVF if it's mounted on your shoulder?

    Curious to see how many people adopt this cable-less system.
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    Just read in another thread jared mentioned that the new EVF is 1080 which is very welcomed news.
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    I really don't understand why anyone still does actual handheld when there is the easyrig. It's especially helpful for people like me who are super tall (6'4) and there's no way to shoot most stuff handheld.
    Because wearing a ridiculous circus rig is seriously limiting as far as mobility and camera placement. Using an easy rig locks you into one way of shooting and makes moving through doors or tight spaces a giant pain in the ass. It basically takes away all of the benefits of shooting hand held and makes you look like a giant dork. Plus all of the girls make fun of you. And it's incredibly dumb. And you look like a dork. And if you think using an easy rig is a good solution to shooting hand held, you don't know what good hand held is. Then there is the whole dork thing. But I digress.........you look like a dork.........
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    Hope there is an upgrade program for the aptly named bomb evf. That thing is a $4000 paper weight.
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