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Microphone shock mount for camera

by satoer, published

Microphone shock mount for camera by satoer Dec 1, 2012

Description

I had troubles with camera noises picked up by my sensitive microphone. The basic microphone mount transferred too much camera handling noise to the microphone.
So I designed a camera Shock mount for my Sony EX-1. It's meant for a mount not longer than 5 CM, but I've also include a 7 CM mount.

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Did no one have any issues with the male and female joints not being able to slide into each other. I made one this morning and with out extensive sanding there is no way that these parts can slide into each other. Maybe some setting on my machine that has caused this problem as I am new to this but definitely no way they will slide into each other. This was on the 7 cm model. Is the one being shown as being made the 7 cm model?

Great! Hey, any chance you can make this so that it can fit on a standard microphone clamp? I printed one of these out and it was just shy of fitting. Thank you!

No need for that Marcus. The rubber bands have a firm grip on the microphone.

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Instructions

You need a male and female part to complete the mount. You can slide them snug in each other. I've designed a two part solution so you don't have to use support material.
Add 4 rubber bands, and you're good to go!
Original file created in 3D studio MAX

Did no one have any issues with the male and female joints not being able to slide into each other. I made one this morning and with out extensive sanding there is no way that these parts can slide into each other. Maybe some setting on my machine that has caused this problem as I am new to this but definitely no way they will slide into each other. This was on the 7 cm model. Is the one being shown as being made the 7 cm model?

Great! Hey, any chance you can make this so that it can fit on a standard microphone clamp? I printed one of these out and it was just shy of fitting. Thank you!

Try putting O-rings around the microphone. Then it won't slip out when the camera is mounted up or down.

No need for that Marcus. The rubber bands have a firm grip on the microphone.

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