My Sony FX30 Rig | Run & Gun vs All Day Filming Setup

If you're looking to ugrade your FX30, making the correct rig out of your camera will help you film for longer periods of time, and often easier than using only the camera and flip-out screen itself. 

Here are the parts lists for the two versions of my Sony FX30 Build!

Sony FX30:

FX30 Cage:


Top Handle:

Nato Articulating Arm:


Monitor Cage:

9in rods:


V-Mount Battery Plate:

V-Mount Battery Plate (Larger, with articulating arm):

V-Mount Battery (Medium):

V-Mount Battery (Large):

V-Mount Battery (Budget, Medium):

V-Mount Battery (Budget, Large):

DJI Mic:

Dtap to DC Cable:

HDMI Cables

Kondor Blue HDMI Cable:

Right Angle Cable (I have the 3ft version, probably want a shorter cable than I have):

Small Right Angle Cable (wasn't in the video, but still good. Does NOT record prores raw:

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