Varavon’s DSLR Armor

Varavon's new Armor adds a few extra handles as well as accessory mounting points. It's a cross between a cage and a hand held stabilizer. I think it looks pretty cool, but i'm not sure how you actually set the thing down. Either way, it keeps the camera looking fairly low profile while still adding functionality to shooting hand held, I think it's pretty cool.

Thinking about what I have laying around to simulate a DIY, it reminds me of a Photographer's Rotating Flash Bracket. Maybe throw a handle here and there, drill a few holes... Check this one out by Custom Brackets.
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find-price-button CB Junior Rotating Flash Bracket Kit

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find-price-button Variety of Rotating Flash Brackets via eBay

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  2. Emm

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    @Tuukka - That's weird how that shows up on eBay. The seller is a new member, and has 0 feedback too. It's also the only item being listed by the seller. Something doesn't look right.

  3. Emm

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    @Tuuka - You could use a cage, but those run pretty high sometimes. Did you check out the JuicedLink DIY brackets?

  4. Tuukka

    I have been looking something to mount my geart to my dslr. Now i have Hot-Shoe-Extensions-Flash-Bar, but that's not strong enough for those 3 gears. Would this be strong enough for those?

    My gear: Z96 Light, Zoom H4n, Senheisser wireless and maybee in the future Rodeo VideoMic.

    Is there anything else i could use for my purposes?

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