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    Looking to make my next rig as cable less and light as possible. I have RED's 15mm rods but looking to abandon them and use Phil Holland's rodClaw solution to make a lighter rig.



    I'm looking to mount two Teradeck RTmotion motors on a single rail (rodClaw) and hopefully my shotgun mic as well.

    My question for Phil is: what Mic clamp holder are you using in this photo? I cannot seem to find it.
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    Heh. You could just PM me!

    That is the "SmallRig 360 Degree Universal Camera Microphone Mount Suspension Shock Mount"

    Can hold smaller mics with confidence, bigger ones I'd use a better clamp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    Heh. You could just PM me!

    That is the "SmallRig 360 Degree Universal Camera Microphone Mount Suspension Shock Mount"

    Can hold smaller mics with confidence, bigger ones I'd use a better clamp.
    Phil, I've been pulling my hair out (what's left of it) trying to figure out a mounting solution for my Nucleus-M Hand Unit and my Teradek Bolt Transmitter short of velcro. This may just work. Do you think the accessories attached to the rodclaw would prevent me from using the cam on a shoulder rig? Just not sure how far out the rail sticks from the camera body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RJ_Ortiz View Post
    Phil, I've been pulling my hair out (what's left of it) trying to figure out a mounting solution for my Nucleus-M Hand Unit and my Teradek Bolt Transmitter short of velcro. This may just work. Do you think the accessories attached to the rodclaw would prevent me from using the cam on a shoulder rig? Just not sure how far out the rail sticks from the camera body.
    RJ, would this hold your bolt on a rodClaw?

    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...clamp_for.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blair Thornton View Post
    RJ, would this hold your bolt on a rodClaw?

    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...clamp_for.html
    That could definitely work! Much cheaper than other options out there.
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