Hoodman WristShot Video Camera Support
October 31, 2010
This bowling brace looking camera support is called the Hoodman WristShot, and it’s used to transfer the weight to the forearm while still allowing you to control the camera. It looks crazy, but If you think about it, it makes a tad bit of sense. For DSLR shooters, one arm is usually holding the camera weight while the other is maintaining focus. In that situation, it would be difficult to try and keep the camera stabilized. It may even aid in keeping the Horizon level on the camera and reduce vibrations from wrist movements. For those renegades who shoot solely hand held, and can’t stand the restrictions of large stabilizers, this might be a helpful solution. Cost wise? I’ll let you decide, following the link here: Hoodman H-WS1 WristShot Camera Support System
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