NAB 2013: DougMon camera support system

By Features Editor Mat Gallagher:

NAB2013-DougMon from Dan Chung on Vimeo.

Dan Chung speaks to Doug, the inventor of the DougMon, a camera support system that combines a arm support with a sling system. The arm support works on its own or can be combined with the sling for heavier cameras, such as DSLRs, and two handed operation.



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Posted on April 11th, 2013 by Mat Gallagher | Category: Rigs, Uncategorized |

One response to "NAB 2013: DougMon camera support system"

  1. Paper_bag Says:
    April 11th, 2013 at 6:45 pm

    Cool things about this video include:

    – the fact that Dan has needed sleep for days
    – 1:12: guy yawning in the background; coffee he drank a few seconds before evidently didn’t work
    – 3:26: “Heather, come over here for a sec.” Suspense. In a male-dominated industry, one is a bit curious what a female operator is like. It’s awesome that she walks on screen chewing gum.
    – 4:25: random who walks into the background to get some sort of weird over-the-shoulder shot. Or maybe he just likes hair.

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