Support & Stabilization: Additional Support
|Magic Arm||B&H||Mfr. Site|
Comments: This is a must have for any photographer or videographer. Period. I travel with one or two on EVERY shoot. You can mount a camera to just about anything – you can also mount microphones, monitors, and LitePanels with it too… basically when combined with a Super Clamp – you can clamp the Magic Arm pretty much anywhere.
You will see the Magic Arm being used in combination with the Suction Cups in the video below. Description: Incorporates a large locking knob. Variable friction and locking of arm obtained by adjusting knob. Ideal for mounting a camera, light, gobo, etc, exactly at the angle you need it. 5/8" male studs on ball joints at both ends with 3/8" and 1/4-20" female thread. Works especially well with 2915 Super Clamp. Length: 20.8"
|241FB 6" Suction Cup w/ Flat Base||B&H||Mfr. Site|
Comments: If you want to mount a camera to a car or window – use two or three of these (for redundancy.) You can get away with 1 per bare camera – but I like to have a few just to be safe!
Here is a video from the "Making of" Reverie – you can see how we used the Suction Cups in a variety of configurations throughout the shoot:
Description (from Manfrotto): Suction cap for lightweight photographic and video equipment, such as 35 mm. SLR, digital cameras and lightweight video cameras. The 60mm diameter disc with a 3/8′ male thread is built in the pump cup and enables you to mount most of Manfrotto’s heads.