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Discussion in '35mm Cameras and Accessories' started by dances_w_clouds, Apr 27, 2010.

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  2. David A. Goldfarb

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    Google "chestpod" for a few takes on this sort of thing. B&H sells a couple of varieties.
     
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    What a good idea Jeff, it wouldn't be too difficult to make one of with plastic cold water plumbing tubing that would be much lighter and just as rigid, I have some 1" diam. stuff in my basement and a tube of the welding compound to stick it together with, I think I'll try this weekend.
     
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    I have a mini tripod that I use this way - just extend one leg and place it mid tummy, and keep the other two legs short and they sit on my sternum.
     
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    Very interesting!

    Jeff
     
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    Must be a Vol fan.
     
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    The Leitz table top tripod could also be used as a chest pod, granted it cost more than $2.00:smile: