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#1 Colin Green

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Posted 29 December 2009 - 04:07 AM

Hello all,

Let me start by saying that I have recently purchased the Canon hf100, as well as the twoneil plus Lens adapter, now as I am sure many of you know, the use of the DOF adapter flips the image you see while shooting, which can be quite annoying.

Now, I have not yet received my adapter, so I have not yet experienced the task of shooting with a flipped image, so this is a more of a question for whats in store for me.

The Shrigg Rig came to my attention not long ago, and I was wondering if anyone here has had any previous experience using the Shrigg? Is it worth it? Does the Shrigg eliminate the bother of a flipped image, without adding a new set of it's own cons? Or is shooting with a flipped image something you found you could get used to without the rig or chipping the sensor and voiding the camera's warranty. AND does the Shrigg allow room for a follow focus?

Any information would be greatly appreciated, Thanks! And Happy New Years to all!
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