Tripod Adapter for lights and Mic  
Great for video interviews! 

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Simple Assembly

The SquidRig easily attaches to the top of any tripod with a 3/8 '16 screw and is sandwiched between the tripod and the tripod head.
For a visual please see video above.   


Easily pivot the angle of LED lights or shotgun microphone from right behind the camera and then tighten into place . This allows for adjustments to be made on-the-fly during a video interview or when photographing a subject.


The SquidRig offers a 2.0 version consisting of two brackets or a 3.0 version with three brackets (normally used for a microphone).

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Below are clips from interviews shot with the SquidRig by Beale Bagley Creations, LLC.
We interview folks yearly for the SC Chamber of Commerce, and developed the SquidRig to help our Creative Director shoot these interviews single-handed. He walks in with the rig under one arm and a camera bag on his shoulder. That's it. And as you can see, the quality of a simple, fast setup isn't compromised.  

SquidRig FAQ

You can absolutely shoot stand-up interviews with the SquidRig. Simply extend the tripod to the desired height and position the lights and mic as you would during a sit-down interview.

The Squidrig doesn't make use of a backlight. We recommend packing a third LED light for cases where a backlight is necessary. But honestly, we have found that in most cases (depending on the natural lighting available) shooting with only the SquidRig and 2 lights has worked out well for us (as seen in the example clips above where no backlights were used). 

The SquidRig will fit on any flat-based tripod with a 3/8"-16 thread. 

The squidRig weighs roughly 3lbs. Installed on a small standard tripod, the combined weight is small enough to carry as-is under one arm in some situations.

Short answer is no. The SquidRig is designed to hold lightweight LED lights up to 2 lbs. each. Most LED lights are very lightweight and fall well under this limit. The lights that we use (also featured in the promotional video) each weigh a little over 1 pound with the battery.

Yes. Even without the weight of a camera on the tripod, the SquidRig has been thoroughly tested to be stable with the arms fully extended and using lights that do not exceed 2 lbs each.

Beale Bagley Design, LLC
PO Box 1574
Irmo, SC 29063

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