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Canon Twin Rig

One way to shot in stereo is to make a twin rig.  This involves adding two cameras to a twin camera bar, and finding a way to get them to fire together.  If the cameras have the classic cable release input this can be achieved by using a double cable release.  The synch between the two cameras is better than pressing them separately but not as good as electronically synching them.  If you are using a camera with an electronic remote control (with a cable) this can be done by buying two remote controls and wiring them together so that their is one triggering device and two cables emanating from it.  Alternately you can make one form scratch.  

And adding two cables.  Also we used a 2.5mm stereo mini plug instead of the other plug and adaptor.  We were also able to achieve some synch by connecting two Canon Rebels using 2.5mm stereo mini-plugs without any triggering device.  When one camera was fired the other camera would somewhat simultaneously fire.

Directions on making and shooting with a two camera rig.

 

Disclaimer

We are not responsible for any damage which may occur to yourself or your cameras following these directions.

 

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