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Hoodman Camcorder Mounting Strap

You Pay: $24.99
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  • Neoprene Composition
  • One Size Fits All

The Camcorder Mounting Strap from Hoodman gives you the creative freedom to attach your Hoodman 3" Pro HoodLoupe with the HoodRiser in place to your camcorder LCD screen. This will not only give you enhanced video performance but permit you to obtain some shots you might not ordinarily be able to capture.

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HoodmanCamcorder Mounting Strap
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

Finally - a SIMPLE solution

By ProCam

from San Francisco, CA

About Me Business Owner

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Improves Performance
  • Simple

Cons

    Best Uses

    • In The Studio
    • Outdoors In The Sun

    Comments about Hoodman Camcorder Mounting Strap:

    Don't need Zacuto this or Zacuto that, just this simple little strap from Hoodman.

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    4.0

    Goes well with 60D LCD screen

    By HDSLR Filmmaker

    from Los Angeles, CA

    About Me Professional Artist

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Easy To Use

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Independent Films
      • Outdoors

      Comments about Hoodman Camcorder Mounting Strap:

      If you get the Hoodman viewfinder (and 3x loupe) this strap can be used on the Canon 60D LCD screen even flipped out. (And should work with other adjustable LCD screens). Great for checking framing and focus outdoors, especially for video work) The hoodman viewer and loupe actually work pretty well to provide a sharp and adjustable image.

      The Hoodman viewerfinder is light enough it didn't seem to be putting undue pressure on the LCD. Just avoid pushing the LCD with the viewfinder.

      The downside is there's still some slight shifting of the viewfinder so you need to check to make sure it hasn't shifted between takes.

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