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VFGadgets.com Introduces the Mini HDV Handle BracketBracket for the Sony HVR-Z1U-HDV Handycam developed by Precision Camera (March 03, 2005)
VFGadgets Inc. is pleased to announce the introduction of the mini HDV handle bracket for the new Sony HVR-Z1U-HDV Handycam (also works with FX1-HDV Handycam). This handle bracket is a natural extension to the line of heavy duty broadcast handles developed by Precision Camera. The full series of handles will be on display at the VFGadgets.com NAB Booth C2163, April 18-21st, 2005 in Las Vegas.
This new mini HDV handle bracket is perfect for adding extra mini LCD monitors, audio transmitters, or anything else you want, to your Sony HDV Handycam. The brackets design is flat on top for direct mounting of mini SteadyCam's for low angle set shots. With this bracket, you can also mount your camera to a fluid head that is upside down on a mini jib for low angle shooting, or just use a mono-pod for the quick low shots needed.
The mini HDV handle bracket is tough enough to support up to 77.16 lbs (35 Kg) and is made of tough polymer plastic with 2 x 1/4" and 2 x 3/8" brass threads molded directly into the bracket. It is ultra light & tough and weights in at only 1.6 oz (45 grams).
After 30 years in the video and film industry, Director of Photography David O'Keefe has witnessed budgets being cut while common problems go unsolved. In response, he founded VFGadgets.com, a sales and distribution company of innovative new video and film equipment. Partnered with manufacturers to find and develop gadgets that make production work faster, cheaper, easier or better, VFGadgets.com brings real solutions to the video and film industry.
VFGadgets launched their company in North America at NAB 2004 to a resoundingly positive response of our unique product line.
For more information please visit www.vfgadgets.com.
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