Mounting a DSLR on top of another.

Started 3 months ago | Questions thread
j3ffw
j3ffw Regular Member • Posts: 246
Re: Mounting a DSLR on top of another.
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I don't understand your solution.  The benefit of a multi-cam production is to have different angles so you can keep the viewer interested, add other information to the story visually, give different perspectives to the same scene.

Why would you want to have a camera on top of another when you could just use a proper motion camera that continues recording for how ever long you need?  Even if you wanted to shoot at different frame rates wouldn't you want to take advantage of adding in a different perspective.

If I'm missing something and you really want to do this I would suggest placing a cage on the bottom camera and mounting the second to the cage not the hot shoe

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