Redrock Micro eyeSpy Standard DSLR Rig

BH #RE80170011 • MFR #8-017-0011
Redrock Micro
Redrock Micro eyeSpy Standard DSLR Rig
Key Features
  • DSLR Hybrid Video Rig
  • Complete Bundle
  • Entry-Level Solution
  • Quick-Release Baseplate
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The eyeSpy Standard DSLR Rig from Redrock Micro is a bundled kit designed to turn your DSLR hybrid camera into a professional video rig. This model is intended as an entry-level solution to the eyeSpy series of bundles. It can always be upgraded to other models in the future if desired.
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Expected availability: 2-4 weeks
$771.50

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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Redrock Micro eyeSpy Standard Overview

The eyeSpy Standard DSLR Rig from Redrock Micro is a bundled kit designed to turn your DSLR hybrid camera into a professional video rig. This model is intended as an entry-level solution to the eyeSpy series of bundles. It can always be upgraded to other models in the future if desired.

Note:
The microFinder loupe accessory is designed for attaching a 3" loupe securely to the back of the DSLR. The loupe is sold separately. The manufacturer currently recommends the Hoodman Hoodloupe 3.0.
Use this bundled kit to turn your DSLR hybrid camera into a professional video rig.
This model is intended as an entry-level solution to the eyeSpy series of bundles.
It can always be upgraded to other models in the future if desired.

Redrock Micro eyeSpy Standard Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight6.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19 x 9 x 4.5"
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Can this rig easily be mounted to a tripod?
Asked by: Anonymous
It can. The front of the shoulder pad can accept the 1/4 and 3/8 screws of video head quick releases. However, this rig is offset so I would have to recommend putting the camera support base that is on the offset onto the two rods the shoulder/tripod base is holding. 1. This will be more stable and 2. The camera will be centered on the tripod nodal point.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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