Mounting large monitors, iMacs or Cinema Displays has never been easier with the help of Tether Tools Studio Vu Monitor Bracket. Have an extra stand laying around and have clients on set? You can utilize the standard 5/8″ (16mm) Baby Junior pin found on common studio support equipment allowing for easy integration into any set-up. This allows your client to always be an active part of your shoot and a happy client is a long-term client!
The Studio Vu mounts directly on any 5/8” (16mm) Baby Junior pin so it’s easy to use with any existing roller stand, c-stand, arm or clamp. Use a roller stand to reposition monitors as shooting angles and conditions change. The Studio Vu features dual 5/8” mounting receptors for easy rotation of the monitor from landscape to portrait depending on current needs.
The Studio Vu’s easy and portable set-up is engineered for in-studio or location tethered image or video display as well as educational forums, tradeshow visual displays and weddings/events where video and slideshow playback is needed. Ideal for still photography, LiveView or HD video/slideshow playback.
The top of the Studio Vu also features two accessory mount receptors. Both 5/8” stud receptors have openings on the bottom to fit most all 5/8” Baby and Junior Stud arms and accessories. Use these receptors to mount lights, cameras and other gear, using Tether Tools Master Articulating Arm or Master Flex Arm.
Do More with the StrapMoore
Ever wish a tripod had arms so it could hold more than just a camera? Now it can. The StrapMoore is a handy contraption that secures to the leg of any tripod, light stand, pole, beam, and much more. The StrapMoore’s interior GripperElastic® straps enable one to secure just about anything needed near a camera or computer. Use it to secure a laptop power brick, charger, phone, off-camera flash, transmitter/receiver, microphone, battery, external hard drive or anything else that’s handy to have nearby during a photo or video shoot.
Heavy duty GripperElastic® lines the interiors of both the leg and object straps ensuring gear is well secured and won’t slide. Easily put small items where you want them, when you need them, during shoots.
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