Added by on April 25, 2014


Panasonic 12-35mm f2.8 zoom lens –
Rokinon Cine lenses for EF mount –
HolyManta VND –
Light Craft Workshop Rapid ND – (use my coupon code LC-1308 for 10% off)
View Factor Contineo cage –
Tamrac N-45 padded leather quick-release camera strap –
Zacuto Z-Finder –
Ikan battery adapters – (choose desired battery & mounting)
5.5 x 2.1mm female (Ikan) to 2.5 x 0.7mm male (BMPC) adapter –
Tascam DR-60D audio pre-amp/recorder –
Rode NTG-2 shotgun mic –
Polaroid shotgun mic mount –
Flolight 1/4″-20 Stacker for mic mount –
Tether Tools Jerkstopper thread mount –
Roxsen Focal Reducer EF to Micro-4/3 –

NOTES: Last year, when the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera arrived, I made a video to break it in – – and laid down a commentary to share some insights – Not the newest thing now, it’s still the only option for capturing 10-bit 4:2:2 log video without a big rig, and costing under a grand. But it’s always needed a bit of rigging, and while filmmakers keep using it to make amazing films – examples at – there’s still a lot to talk about, in terms of rigging it right. Following up the commentary I made last year that went sort of viral, here’s a similar chat: because sometimes showing stuff and talking over it works better than writing an article. For a streaming clip, it runs long, but it covers a lot of ground – and I’m looking forward to your comments below.

For more exploring, visit the portal to these user groups at where you’ll see daily user contributions of sample videos, tips, and news on your favorite gear.

      • Rigging the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera: HolyManta, Rapid ND, Contineo Cage, Zacuto Z-Finder, Tascam DR-60D & Rokinon Lenses



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