DIY Remote Camera Housing Rig

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  1. fohrman417

    fohrman417 TPF Noob!

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    I built a housing for me D700 + Fisheye for a recent Red Bull shoot. Thought I'd share and see if anyone could come up with some interesting ideas for other uses.

    I'll be posting a more detailed how to with an equipment list when I do a rebuild.

    What would you use this for?

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  2. Derrel

    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    Maybe for skateboarding and BMX shoots...mud-bogging...

    I think you would find that to kill reflections, painting the inside of the housing black would be useful, but the traditional thing to do when shooting a remote camera through a lexan backboard (basketball) is to just gaffer tape a piece of black Cinefoil all around the lens, to kill any reflections that are created.
     

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