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X-shut for still cameras

 


kiwiscantfly  (C 3397)

Feb 11, 2013, 8:49 AM
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Wondering if anyone has used the xshut for mounting still cameras. Also if anyone has installed them into a curved surface.


Ralph_W  (D 275)

Feb 11, 2013, 10:03 AM
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I use the X-Shut top mounted to hold the Nikon D200 for tandem stills, however mounted in a Tonfly camera helmet with a flat surface. Works perfect for hundreds of jumps so far.
Some friends have an X-Shut mounted in a Paratec Freezr full face helmet. They use only GoPros mounted on it but from the footage I have seen and from their comments, they are happy with it.

Ralph




Ralph_W  (D 275)

Feb 12, 2013, 1:22 PM
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Post your question in the German forum (Stammtisch) here at DZ.com. No problem if you do it in English. As the X-shut is made in Germany, it is widely spread there and you should get some first hand feedback.

Ralph


holie  (A License)

Feb 13, 2013, 6:05 AM
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give it a try ;-)
http://x-shut.com

http://x-shut.com/...=21&reporeid=39#

Due to this, a platform on the upper side of the helmet is not necessary. The „balance washer Basis“ is between the helmet and the „Basis“. Due to this, the „Basis“ can exactly be adjusted to the desired angle when mounted.


:-)


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