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Body / helmet mount for PoV

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Have a shoot coming up which is 1st person PoV with the actors hands in foreground, mixing pizza dough, removing things from oven etc so camera needs to be mounted approx chin height, central and as close to the Actor as possible. The shoot will be in Eastern Europe and my crews ability unknown so I may have to obtain something and take with me.

 

Camera will be Sony Venice using the extension system so the mount needs to be fairly robust.

 

Any thoughts appreciated

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Hi Tony! If you have the free time, what did you end up doing? It would help me a lot for an upcoming shoot, and it looks like this question isn't asked enough.

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