Check out this quick video to see how nicely this cage fits, there is one flaw however,
the HDMI cable clamp blocks the battery tray. Adding and removing is fiddly to say the least, I certainly would not consider doing this during a shoot. Hopefully, SmallRig will address this.
UPDATE: might have found a work around to attach the clamp with out blocking the battery compartment and port latch, will post later today.
The cage itself is very sturdy, no flex, no sharp edges, all controls are easily accessible and it even feels great during photo shoots in vertical position. The video was shot with my second Fuji XT2 body and cage, the Rode videomic pro, the fuji16-55mm 2.8 in mf mode, 4k/30p at ISO 1600, down scaled to 1080, using Pro Negative Standard, H-2, B-2.
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