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#1 Erik Sens

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Posted 04 February 2014 - 04:15 PM

Hi There!

 

Here's the task: For an upcoming feature (which will mainly be shot "handheld") the DOP wants to use a bungee-camera-mount on a regular basis. Our main work-horse on this will be a "Rickshaw"-Dolly

( http://www.rickshawd...en/tech/t1.html ) on which I'm going to install a gibbet(?) out of speedrail to mount the bungee.

 

But for some very narrow indoor sets the plan is to rig the bungee to a tube which is mounted on two stands (e.g. heavily bagged low-boys) - and for this set up the DOP wants a moveable mount, meaning travelling on the tube, if possible also in the "ON".

 

Has anyone done something like this before (best would be if incorporating standard grip-/rigging-equipment)? If yes, any photos of the rigs would be highly apreciated! Thanks!


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#2 Sanjay Sami

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 08:18 AM

Use a long slider, and mount the bungi on the carriage.


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