Homemade Sony HC1 shoe adaptor

Matt Burns
M. Burns|07.11.06

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Matt Burns
July 11th, 2006
In this article: camcorder, dtv, hc1, hc3, hd, hdtv, sony, tv
Homemade Sony HC1 shoe adaptor

We normally don't cover much of the independent filming community, but we love Sony's orignal high-def camcorder a bunch and everyone likes a little hack. With that in mind DVguru has dug up a little tutorial explaining how to convert the IAS shoe on Sony's HC1 into something a bit more universal. Basically all a person has to do is Dremal a head of a  bolt to fit into the proprietary Sony shoe and screw the other end into a screw mount shoe. They say it should take about 15-minutes. Cool. No word if this would work on the newer HC3 but we don't see why it wouldn't.

Any one willing to give this a go on ether models.

[via DVguru]
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