1. How To: C300 Recoils

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    Next Generation Recoil rigs are designed for optimal balance and comfort when shoulder mounted or on a tripod. In a Recoil rig, the balance point needs to be directly over your shoulder which puts the camera behind you. This requires focus, monitoring and camera controls to be relocated forward, creating a lighter and shorter rig. In this video, see how the Canon C300 can be set up for either a C300 Z-Finder Recoil or a C300 EVF Recoil using the VCT Universal baseplate, Grip Relocator, and Helmet Kit to create a sturdy, balanced rig. http://www.zacuto.com/canon-recoil-rigs

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    • How To: C100 EVF Recoils

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      The C100 EVF Recoil includes a VCT Universal Baseplate and a Zgrip Relocator to position the camera control grip forward in a comfortable position. Unique to this rig is the addition of a C100 Z-Finder Bracket (Z-Finder Pro not included) with Axis Mount for C100. These two items attach to the handle of your Canon C100 camera and combine to provide multiple accessory attachment points. Along the top of the Bracket are screw holes for accessories. The Axis Mount provides a quick-release 15mm rod lock to add an Axis Mini for an EVF (not included). http://www.zacuto.com/canon-recoil-rigs

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      • Canon C100, 5D Mark III, & 60D Tests w/various Canon & Nikon Lenses

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        I wanted to try out different lenses to see how they compare to one another, particularly on the C100, and while I was at it, decided to test them out on the 5D Mark III and 60D as well. As this was a mock interview setup, I wanted to test lenses of longer focal lengths to see what would be the best to use for interviews or speeches. Lenses tested were: Nikon 80-200 f/2.8 (1988 & 1993 versions) Canon 70-200 f/2.8L non-IS version I Canon 24-70 f/2.8L version I Canon 100mm f/2.8 Canon 50mm f/1.2L Canon 24-105 f/4L

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