Dougmon Dougmon Special/Slingmon/Logo Bag Package Kit

Dougmon Special/Slingmon/Logo Bag Package Kit

Dougmon Special/Slingmon/Logo Bag Package Kit

B&H # DODMCS150047 MFR # DMCS-150047
Dougmon Dougmon Special/Slingmon/Logo Bag Package Kit

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Product Highlights

  • Enables Steady Camera Operation
  • Length-Adjustable Metal Bar
  • Friction-Adjustable Handle
  • Padded Loop with Tightening Strap
  • Manfrotto-Style 577 Head and 501 Plate
  • Slingmon Supports Rig Vertically
  • Over-the-Shoulder Pocket Brace
  • Soft Carry Bag for Rig Included
  • Supports Cameras up to 7 lb
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Dougmon DMCS-150047 overview

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The Dougmon Special/Slingmon/Logo Bag Package Kit includes everything you need to get multi-directional shots one-handed and steadily, with vertical support, plus a soft carry bag for the entire kit.

The Dougmon Special rig straps up to your arm, wherever on your arm you feel it comfortable, and it adjusts in length. And the main handle, which is connected by a ball head system, adjusts in friction from loose through lock-tight. All adjustments are made by knobs. The handle has a Manfrotto-style 577 camera plate head and a 501 camera plate, compatible with any camera.

The included Dougmon Slingmon Camera Sling is an over-the-shoulder pocket brace that lets you use the Dougmon Special camera rig similar to how a stabilizer is used when clipped to a waist belt. The Slingmon serves as the waist-belt, hanging over your shoulder and resting around your hip or stomach area. The Dougmon rig extends to full length, gets stood vertically, and by way of its padded loop rests in the pocket of the Slingmon. You'll be able to keep two hands on the camera if you want.

The Slingmon is best for right-handed shooters, as the controls of most cameras are on the left side. The rig weighs a lightweight 2 lbs and supports cameras up to 7 lb.

Without a rig, even minor hand movements can result in much bigger movements on screen. With this kit, especially after some practice with it, you can have significantly steadier shots, and you get the great benefit of being able to point the camera in any direction you can point your hand.

The included Dougmon Logo Carry Bag is a soft carrying bag for the rig. Measuring 18 x 14.5" and made of sandwich mesh and microfiber, the bag features an inside pocket that closes by touch fasteners, a rubber ear bud opening at the upper right, and sturdy bottom corners reinforced with strong grommet. Cord drawstrings run through the reinforcements. The colors are red, black, and silver.

  • Enables multi-directional, one-handed, steady shooting
  • Straps up to your arm and adjusts in length and ball friction
  • Includes a Manfrotto-style 577 quick-release head and 501 plate
  • Supports cameras up to 7 lb
UPC: 659096150047

Dougmon DMCS-150047 specs

Camera Support Supports cameras up to 7 lb (3.17 kg)
Packaging Infoutxufacsvtbcwwdfqszbfycfysacddf
Package Weight 5.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.1 x 12.3 x 12.0"

Dougmon DMCS-150047 reviews

Dougmon Special/Slingmon/Logo Bag Package Kit is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love shooting with the Dougmon! As a producer I love the Dougmon because I can put my small Sony NX camera on the quick release plate, slide it on the Dougmon - onto my arm, flip out the viewfinder and then I'm ready to go. No camera shake - I can do nice smooth moves with my subject, or do interviews on the fly or sitting down using the Dougmon in monopod mode. With the sling I can put the Dougmon on my 5D and have both hands on the camera. Shots are steady and I can hold the camera much longer than with out the Dougmon.
Date published: 2012-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatile, Well designed , and Sturdy! I received my Dougmon system a few days ago and have had a chance to spend a couple days putting it through its paces. I generally shoot with a Nikon D800 w/ a 24-70 2.8 and it is heavy and very awkwardly balanced. The 24- 70 lens is brick that makes the camera very front heavy, so up to now I had been exclusively shooting with a tripod. The Dougmon has totally revamped the way I shoot with my dslr. I can now shoot on the go without the hassle of carrying a heavy tripod around . The Dougmon not only lets me shoot much more steadily, it lets me use one hand to focus and manipulate my camera in any way I need. With a little practice you can get smooth pans and tracking shots. With the addition of the Slingmon things only get more smooth. The Slingmon also allows me to shoot very steady photos, so in low light i can slow the shutter speed on my camera without blurring and it is a must for extended shoots as it takes all the weight off your hands and distributes it to your shoulders. I would have to right a much longer and more boring review to list everything this tool helps me with , but in an effort to keep this short and concise let me just say I love the product and If you are shooting a heavy dslr like mine this will expand your shooting options in a way no other product can.
Date published: 2012-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally found a replacement for my monopod I shoot with a GH4 YAGH combo and the Dougmon has intrigued me since I first saw a video on it. I shoot for extended hours at a time and typically on a monopod to save my back, but it lacked versatility and slowed me down. The Dougmon is extremely versatile and allows me to move quickly to get shots. Best of all it not some crazy looking device that draws attention to itself in a crowd. The quality is outstanding, haven't seen something this well made in a long time. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2015-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great camera stabilizer I think the Dougmon is great. I can do every shot I can think of easily and efficiently. I'm using it a lot. Is very small and so far I love it. It works great with my 5D Mark 3, Blackmagic and GH3. I have no problems, the only one is that it may be a little too price but if you have the money you should get it.
Date published: 2013-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic and Useful Kit! Sometimes the beauty in a good design is its simplicity and the Dougmon and Slingmon fit this description perfectly. I've used them a few times now for run and gun on the street shooting and have been very pleased with the results. Smooth steady shots, tri-pod like pans and tilts and the best part - walking and talking shots while I'm walking forward! I can honestly say that I would be able to use this system easily as a replacement for a tripod. It would work for my specific needs 99% of the time. It's been equally great for my DSLR (GH3) and heavier AF100 with larger lenses. And there really is not much of a learning curve at all. And I'm happy to report that my back and arms feel fine after a long day's shoot! It's not a stedicam, so I wouldn't compare it to those kind of systems, but you can literally be good to go within five minutes and have some great steady shots without the limitations of a shoulder type of support and the balancing of stedi-system. And I had a few questions for customer service and they really went above and beyond my expectations with their replies and service. Couldn't be more happier with this choice!!!!
Date published: 2013-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WORKS GREAT!! Build quality is superb, add that to the ease of shooting many angles, you have a very simple tool for higher production value. It also saved the shooter's wrist, arms and back!!!!!
Date published: 2013-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Should have bought this a year ago! I tore my rotator cuff and haven't been able to get it taken care of.� It has cause me a lot of grief when it comes to running handheld camera.� �I saw this about a year ago and waited, using the funds for other gear.� Big mistake!� I have been working on a documentary that has required a lot of hand held camera.� I built a rig, thinking that would be my best bet.� After a couple of days of shooting, I was worn out!� I finally bought this, kind of expecting it to be a little "home made".� Boy was I wrong.� Build quality on this is excellent!� There is an adjustment everywhere you need one on this thing.� Clearly, a lot of thought was put into the design.� This is going to be a life changer on my next handheld shoot.� Strongly recommend this thing whether you have a torn rotator cuff or not.
Date published: 2018-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The right handheld stabilization in a field of options I use the Dougmon while shooting handheld on location. This is a primary pice of equipment in my kit and I prefer it over battery and computer operated gimbals for my Canon C100 and DSLR shoots. With the C100 I use the Dougmon and Slingmon to rest the camera, but have it attached to my body. with my DSLR I use the Dougmon handheld either strapped to my arm or resting against my hip for balance. Shots are far more stable than with standard handheld, and the angle I'm able to get, as well as the comfort are way better than any of the shoulder rigs I've looked at. It gives a far more true to life and in the middle of the action feel. A shoulder mount says news and a gimbal is uncomfortable to run all day and shots end up with that robotic disembodied look, which I'm kind of over. The Dougmon gives me stability I want, taking the pressure off my wrists during regular handheld work, and it keeps the feeling of handheld documentary/reality footage. This was the right choice in a field with a lot of options.
Date published: 2017-11-14
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