At first glance, I would have sworn this was some engine for a small motorcycle, but then I thought to myself, “Wait, engines don’t have lenses.” No, what I saw wasn’t an engine at all. This was some sort of camera. And a Canon DSLR at that. As it turns out, this is Swedish Chameleon’s way of compressing a whole bunch of photographic features into one awkward, yet completely usable, DSLR rig.
Swedish Chameleon aims to reduce the size of the rig while retaining functionality with the SC:Flying V Canon DSLR. But this sort of hardware doesn’t come cheap. The most basic model costs around $3500.