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30May Zoom H1 Shock mount in the wild.

I just received the first pictures of the Zoom H1 Shock mount in the wild from Paula.  She wanted me to note that the shock mount is turned around in the photo. I probably wouldn’t have noticed if she hadn’t pointed it out. The unit looks nice on her canon 60D, I kind of feel like a […]

24May Zoom H1 shock mount adapter, Second Run.

Parts are in! More of the Zoom H1 shock mounts are now available. First come first serve guys. If you need shipping outside of the United States select “other countries”. This adds $2 to the cost in order to cover overseas shipping. SOLD OUT Juiced link DS214 mounts coming soon.

22May More Zoom H1 shock mount spam.

Most of my week has been taken up with the Zoom H1 shock mount adapter I’ve been working on. A few people wanted me to step on it and pitch it off a roof to make sure they would stand up to normal use. Turns out they do. I was also trying to work out […]

18May Zoom H1 shock mount adapter, first run.

I received a few more of the parts I need to build those Zoom H1 shock mount adapters I’ve been working on. I’m not really sure how popular these will be, so for now, there are 6 made up and ready to ship out. The price is $10 plus $2 shipping and includes the shock mount and […]

15May Juicedlink DS214 adapter and Zoom h1 shock mount.

Finished up the Black versions of both the Juicedlink DS214 adapter and the Zoom H1 shock mount adapter, both of which turned out great. I added a cold shoe mount on both the top and bottom of the Juicedlink adapter, and cleaned up the design on the shock mount to include tie wrap holes across […]

14May Zoom h1 and Tascam DR-05 shock mount.

A few weeks back I mentioned that I was working on a design for a Zoom H1 shock mount. Now that I’ve got the 3d printer up and running I can test out my design. I must say it works very well. I added a cold shoe adapter to the bottom of the shock mount, […]

20Apr Zoom H1 shock mount design.

I’ve been working on a few more DSLR cad designs to test out when my makerbot shows up in a few more weeks. I thought a Zoom H1 shock mount would probably be very handy and it might be nice if the shock mount also used off the shelf rubber bands. I basically designed this […]