How to build your own soundproof “Sound Blimp” SLR case for under $100




If you're shooting in a very quiet environment, or trying to be as surreptitious as possible for a candid shot, the click of an SLR shutter can be as loud as a gunshot. So what do you do? You can use a quiet mode if your camera has one, but those don't always make much of a difference, or you can spend a fortune on a muffling rig. Or, with a bit of know-how, you can build your own.

Photographer Dan Tabar was faced with just that dilemma as he tried to shoot on sets and sound stages without disrupting people at work. So he set…

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via Imaging Resource News Page

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