I'm excited to be able to offer another Giveaway with the support of such great companies. This time it's a Kirk Neff edition DSLR Cage from Shape. Shape products are made in Canada, built by CNC machined pieces, and covered by a lifetime warranty. A very high quality piece, and thanks to Shape for offering such a great product to the followers of this blog.
[This giveaway is for USA residents only, but I'm continuing to find new ways to work directly with companies to offer exclusive promotions, discounts, and special deals to the readers of this blog.]
In just a few weeks I will be posting a few more very rewarding opportunities that everyone can engage with. Remember, that your participation is really what makes these promotions a success and allows me to offer more opportunities to you, so help join in and share this Shape DSLR Cage Giveaway (found here).
Register for Shape - Kirk Neff DSLR Video Cage Giveaway
@Emm. Thanks a lot. As helpful as always.
@Enrique - They are these universal zip gears: Zip Tie Lens Gear (Found Here)
Could you please tell me the brand of the red lens ring belt you're using and where to get it? Thanks in advance.
hope i win !!!!!!!! you're awesome
Pick me, pick me!!
Great giveaway! I was actually just looking at these the other day. I already have a gini rig so I don't need another base plate though.
Anyone know of something similar that attaches to the rails so I can use my existing rig? I love how streamlined & compact this one is.
well, I'm still in Houston.
DONE! Thanks Emm.
@Scott - Sorry, i'm a USA blog that needs to adhere to USA laws regardless where the product is made.
@VanWeddings - Actually it's a USA blog giving away a product that needs to adhere to USA laws.
kind of ironic that a Canadian company hosts a USA only contest. too bad
Awesome. Hopefully I win one 🙂
"Shape products are made in Canada"
"[This giveaway is for USA residents only, but I'm continuing to find new ways to work directly with companies to offer exclusive promotions, discounts, and special deals to the readers of this blog.]"
... I'll just suppress my frustration being a Canadian right now.
That's not cool, brah.