Compatible with CueScript CSF10 10.4” Monitor and CSHCS Small Collapsible Hood only. Included in the CSP10S package.
The CSMPS Small Mount Purple Plate is designed with the same quick release features as the larger versions, but in a smaller, lightweight form. An excellent choice for smaller heads and jibs. The mounting system is rock solid, giving crane and jib operators the assurance of no movement or wobble at the end of a camera move.
An incorporated straight-reading bracket means the system can instantly be changed
to a straight-reading prompter. The Small Collapsible Hood can swiftly and very simply be removed and the CSF10 Monitor converted to a straight-reading position above the lens.
Riser pillars are available for use with DSLR cameras.
Compatible with CueScript EMC Monitors only.
The CSMPM Medium Mount Purple is a smaller mounting plate than the original Large Mount Purple (CSMPL), and more suitable for lightweight setups with an EMC Monitor.
Beautifully machined to allow for slide and click mounting and adjustable for all fluid heads. A fixed height riser plate is attached as standard.
The CueScript Mount Purple has been designed with ease of use in mind, allowing seamless setup and balance without the use of tools.
A quick release camera plate forming is machined into the Mount Purple so fiddly screws are a thing of the past! The CueLock feature provides easy, fast and secure mounting, with full adjustability for all fluid heads. The Mount Purple also acts as an additional heat sink to help dissipate the heat generated by the monitor, aiding monitor longevity.
If required a matching riser plates can be attached to the Mount Purple. These riser plates are sold separately, in 3 different heights.
Lightweight but robust support arm to help further secure the prompter on a robotic head. The Robotic Hood Support comes in two sizes to accommodate all camera and lens setups. They simply attach to the Mount Purple (CSMPL and CSMPXL) plate and the hood rod, and can be adjusted to achieve optimum rigidity.
Up until now, using a prompter display with a PTZ camera restricted the operation of the PTZ, as these cameras are not designed to work with prompting units. However, CueScript has set about to turn this problem on its head… literally!
With a patent pending, CueScript has developed a mounting system whereby the PTZ camera mounts upside down in the top of a specially designed prompter hood. Mounting the system this way removes the operational limitations of a PTZ camera within a prompter; the PTZ has greater movement in the shots it can achieve.
An additional bonus is that users no longer need to use high payload taking, expensive tripods, as the CueScript PTZ Mount makes using a lighting stand possible.
The CSRA stand enables small, lightweight rigs or locked off shots to still have the use of a prompter. A prompt monitor and hood can be mounted directly to the CSRA stand, courtesy of a bespoke stand mount. Wheels on the steel legs enable you to roll the prompter in and out of position in front of the camera. The wheels can also be tucked away to create a static stand if required and height can easily be adjusted.
Great for small rigs with lightweight heads and low payload tripods.
Perfect for locked off shots.
Fold away wheels allow for easy movability and positioning, as well as a static stand option.