15mm rails, clamps, and handles can be found just about anywhere. For cheap dslr rig shoulder pads, there's not a huge variety yet. Here's a Dual Purpose shoulder pad that can be used on a set of 15mm rails to throw your rig over the shoulder, or for smaller Target Shooter style setups the pad can be repositioned into more of a Gun Stock.
More variations of DSLR Rigs are showing up. These new style DSLR Rigs not only sport the blue accents of popular RedRock Micro rigs, but you can tell they try to mimic the texture of the RedRock Micro Hand Grips (as seen here) and very close design of the RedRock Micro Body Brace (seen here).
Nice to see more Body / Chest brace type stabilizers becoming available instead of full on over the shoulder types. Configurations of these new rigs are available with either one handle or two. Check out more of the photos over at eBay (Click Here).
New 15mm Carry Handle DSLR Rigs
At first glance, I thought 'wow, that's a pretty good price for a Redrock Running Man Nano Rig'. Turns out it's not an RR Rig, but another micro shooter style stabilizer. It's not exactly the same design, but you can see some resemblance to the RR Nano rig (found here).
While the RR i'm sure is heavily built around metal, metal, and more metal, this micro rig will probably yield much more plastic. Definitely not as cheap as the Magic DSLR Shooter Rig, but they try to make up for it by throwing in a custom padded Pelican case. If blue is your thing, it's another option for lightweight shooting and traveling found (here).
DSLR Micro Rig with Pelican Padded Case
Looking to build an ultra simple target shooter type camera stabilizer? One of the hardest parts to come by is a decent looking shoulder stock. The cheapest little shooter kit might have been one from Gini or one from Wondlan's Sniper package, but that was still a bit over most budgets for such a simple thing. Well if you've got a few rig parts laying around you can now buy Wondlan's stock seperately for under $40 dollars + shipping. Would be great to piece together a small shooter for my Sony HX9.