Thread: How do I mount the top handle and a Red monitor together?

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    Senior Member Alvise Tedesco's Avatar
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    I'm loving a lot my quick release by 16x9inc.

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    Ok nice, this is what i want to know! Thanks
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    This is about as basic as you can build a Scarlet or EPIC...minus the top plate I have (which isn't necessary for this setup...

    I always keep the LCD attached to the top handle. It cuts down on a lot of time building/taking apart your rig.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Alvise Tedesco View Post
    I'm loving a lot my quick release by 16x9inc.

    I was going to upload mine... I literally have the same Adapter... Definitely +1 for the 16x9 Slider adapter... so quick and easy when shooting handheld to just pull it off
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    Here's how I mount the touch on the WC handle if I happen to want the monitor on top. Usually it's on a magic arm.
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    Great thread! keep the pics coming please?
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