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Header image for article At the Bench: Building a C100 Rig

At the Bench: Building a C100 Rig

In one of my previous posts, I discussed using the Canon C100 with the Atomos Ninja 2 recorder, but what I didn't touch on was how to rig up this combo for real-world shooting. Kitting cameras is always challenging because every camera operator shoots a bit differently. When building a camera rig, it is essential to get the ergonomics right to ensure operator comfort and ease-of-use.

In the video, I show two popular ways to rig out the Canon C100 and give an overview of all the accessories needed to complete your kit.

If you want to learn even more about the C100, make sure to register now for our next Canon C100 workshop coming up in LA!

Dave Kincaid
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