Spider Brace: worth it?

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by leekazimir, Feb 6, 2006.

  1. leekazimir

    leekazimir Guest

    I searched, but couldn't find much mention of the Spider Brace in this
    group. Does anybody use this as a shoulder mount for smaller cameras?
    I'm using a Sony HVR-A1U, and it seems like this would be a good
    accessory for steady handheld, especially when the little machine is
    weighted down with the XLR box, heavy battery, and wide angle lens.
    Thoughts?

    (For those who haven't seen it, the product is sold here at
    www.spiderbrace.com)

    Lee
     
    leekazimir, Feb 6, 2006
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  2. I would go with the Figrig myself, but it depends a lot on how much of
    what kind of shooting you're talking about.
     
    nobody special, Feb 6, 2006
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  3. leekazimir

    yarock Guest

    I bought one for my loaded Canon XL2 (12 lbs!). It seems usefull if you
    don't have to move around and change angles much. I haven't used it on
    a shoot yet. Probably worth the money.
    Bruce Yarock
     
    yarock, Feb 6, 2006
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  4. leekazimir

    MadmanVideo

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    Steadybrace

    I think you would like the Steadybrace much better. It's a solid unit.
    www.steadybrace.com
     
    MadmanVideo, Jan 5, 2009
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