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#1 Frank Schwaiger

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Posted 08 January 2018 - 07:59 AM

Hi all,

 

I will make a Yoke for the Atomos Shogun Flame. I think it will also fit on the Inferno and the Ninja Versions in 7".

 

I can easily produce some more when someone interested.

 

To get it mounted to the Steadicam i bought this cage:

http://www.smallrig....nhood-2008.html

SmallRig_Atomos_7_Monitor_Cage_with_Sunh

 

To attach V-Mounts to the cage I bought this one

http://www.smallrig....y-kit-1846.html

SmallRig_V-Lock_Assembly_Kit_1846-3__035

 

 

Because neither the monitor nor the cage have holes in the middle of the sides I will machine plates in 2 versions:

 

 

VERSION 1 - with SSD and to Sony NP-F, without V-Mount battery

this version will have ports blocked because of the mounting of the plates to the sides:

right side:

- blocked headphone jack

- blocked sound jack

 

left side:

- maybe blocked HDMI in (which I try to prevent but don't see the reason for myself :) )

 

 

VERSION 2 - with SSD and small V-Mount battery 99Wh

this version will also have blocked ports, even more because of the COG which is now behind the monitor

right side:

- blocked headphone jack

- blocked sound jack

- blocked SSD port (which is not so bad as it reads. Just carry a HUGE SSD and you won't have to change it often  :) )
 
left side:

- maybe blocked HDMI in (which I try to prevent but don't see the reason for myself :) )

 

The Yoke will be similar to the design in the attachment which is from another OP from this forum who I don't remeber and can't find anymore. Sorry! It was originally done for the Marshal 651 and is now changed  by me for the Atomos Series.

 

 

I will post prototype pics when ready, approximately two weeks

 

Price will depend on orders! I will keep you updated when I know more.

 

Best,

 

Frank

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#2 Frank Schwaiger

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Posted 14 January 2018 - 02:24 PM

Update!

 

Version 1 and 2:
Reddish part of the side plates is V1, green part is V2
   26685496_10208762392971925_2967891162425  26678399_10208762393611941_4634499697021

 

the yoke again:

26840666_10208762395451987_2593370110566

 

and I am about to make another gadget, maybe fitting on many sleds:

I designed a bridge for the monitor arm coming from the post fitting nearly every steadicam monitor arm on the market. With it it's possible to tilt/shift the yoke as far as your sled allows. Please, see my other thread for it.


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#3 Frank Schwaiger

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Posted 14 January 2018 - 02:41 PM

For some reason I can't edit my post above ...

Here is the LINK to my thread of the bridge for the monitor arm!

 

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#4 Frank Schwaiger

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Posted 14 January 2018 - 03:02 PM

The OP who originally designed the yoke for the Marshall 651 monitor was Tom Wills. Dear Tom, thanks again. Someone helped me rember it!


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