JP6168750B2 - Camera equipment holding device - Google Patents

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JP6168750B2
JP6168750B2 JP2012241545A JP2012241545A JP6168750B2 JP 6168750 B2 JP6168750 B2 JP 6168750B2 JP 2012241545 A JP2012241545 A JP 2012241545A JP 2012241545 A JP2012241545 A JP 2012241545A JP 6168750 B2 JP6168750 B2 JP 6168750B2
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  The present invention relates to a photographing device holding device that can hold a photographing device operated by a photographer and suppress blurring of imaging.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, various photographic equipment holding devices that hold photographic equipment have been used to suppress camera shake during imaging. As an example of a photographing apparatus holding device, Patent Document 1 discloses a handheld video camera stabilization device. The video camera stabilization device is connected to the balance arm attached to the camera and a balance arm mechanism having a balance weight for positioning the center of gravity of the camera at the bottom of the camera, a mounting screw for connecting the video camera to the balance arm, and the balance arm. And a triaxial gimbal mechanism having a grip portion gripped by a photographer.

  The gimbal tray part and the grip part are coupled by a ball joint structure, and a gimbal ball fixed to a tip part located above the grip part is coupled to the concave part of the gimbal tray part. With this configuration, it is possible to execute pan rotation, roll rotation, and tilt rotation of the balance arm, that is, the video camera, with respect to the grip portion.

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  In the handheld video camera stabilization device disclosed in Patent Document 1, all the three axial directions are provided at the connecting portion between the concave portion of the gimbal tray part attached to the balance arm to which the video camera is fixed and the gimbal ball of the grip portion. It is the structure which performs the rotational movement regarding. In this configuration, if the video camera is rotated in one direction (for example, pan direction), the video camera may unintentionally rotate in another direction (for example, tilt direction). Therefore, it is conceivable that skill is required to reliably perform each rotational movement in the three-axis directions.

  The present invention has been made in view of such circumstances. That is, an object of the present invention is to provide a photographing apparatus holding device that can easily and reliably adjust the photographing apparatus to a desired posture.

In order to solve the above-described problems and achieve the object, a first aspect of the photographing apparatus holding device of the present invention is a photographing apparatus holding apparatus that holds and hangs a photographing apparatus, and the photographing apparatus can be attached to the first aspect. A mounting table, a first support member to which the mounting table is rotatably connected about a first rotation axis, and a first support member that is rotatable about a second rotation axis. A second support member to be coupled; a suspension support portion coupled to and supported by the second support member so as to be rotatable around a third rotation axis; and the second rotation axis. and a tilt means for the around rotating said first supporting member, wherein the rotation about the second rotation axis of the first support member by tilting means, the suspended lower support section The rotation about the third rotation axis can be performed independently of each other.

  According to the second aspect of the photographing apparatus holding device of the present invention, in the first aspect, the suspension support portion is supported and the photographing apparatus holding apparatus is suspended. In the mounting table, the first support member is arranged so that the optical axis of the imaging device extends in the horizontal direction.

  According to the third aspect of the photographing apparatus holding device of the present invention, in the first or second aspect, the hanging support portion is supported and the photographing apparatus holding apparatus is suspended. The center of gravity of the mounting table and the photographing apparatus is disposed below the first rotation axis.

  According to the 4th aspect of the imaging device holding | maintenance apparatus of this invention, it is any one of the said 1st-3rd aspect, Comprising: The vibration absorption means which connects the said suspension support part and the said 2nd support member Is provided.

  According to a fifth aspect of the photographing apparatus holding device of the present invention, any one of the first to fourth aspects, wherein the second support member is rotated around the third rotation axis. For this purpose, there is provided a pan rotating means disposed in the vicinity of the suspension support portion.

  In this specification, “hanging” means that the photographing apparatus holding device, which is a suspended object to be suspended, is suspended and supported, and “hanging” refers to a suspended object by a photographer's hand. It is performed by hooking or fixing the suspended object on a member for hanging the suspended object. The photographing device means various means capable of capturing an object regardless of a still image or a moving image, such as a video camera, a still camera, or a digital camera.

  The rotation of the second support member around the second rotation axis by the tilting means of the photographing apparatus holding device according to the present invention and the rotation of the suspension support portion around the third rotation axis are mutually Since it can be performed independently, the second support member can be rotated easily and reliably. Therefore, it is possible to easily make the photographing apparatus accurately have a desired posture.

It is a perspective view showing typically the photography equipment holding device concerning a 1st embodiment. FIG. 2 is a partial sectional view taken along line II-II shown in FIG. 1. It is a principal part front view which shows the positional relationship of the X-rotation axis center, gravity center, and optical axis of the imaging device holding | maintenance apparatus of FIG. It is a perspective view which shows typically the imaging device holding device which concerns on 2nd Embodiment.

  Hereinafter, an embodiment of a photographing apparatus holding device according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. In addition, in each figure, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected to the same element and the overlapping description is abbreviate | omitted. Further, the present invention is not limited by this embodiment.

[First Embodiment]
FIG. 1 is a perspective view schematically showing the photographing apparatus holding device 101 according to the first embodiment, FIG. 2 is a partial sectional view taken along line II-II shown in FIG. 1, and FIG. FIG. 2 is a front view of a main part showing a positional relationship among an X rotation axis, a center of gravity G, and an optical axis F of the photographing apparatus holding device 101 in FIG. 1.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the photographing apparatus holding device 101 is an apparatus for holding down a camera 103 that is a photographing apparatus operated by a photographer and suppressing camera shake during imaging. The imaging device holding device 101 is connected to a camera fixing base 105 that is mainly a mounting base for mounting the camera 103, and the camera fixing base 105 so as to be rotatable around an X rotation axis that is a first rotation axis. A first support member 107 to be rotated, a second support member 109 coupled to the first support member 107 so as to be rotatable around a Z rotation axis that is a second rotation axis, and a third rotation A grip support portion 141 that is a suspension support portion that is coupled to and supported by the second support member 109 so as to be rotatable around a Y rotation axis that is an axis, and around the second rotation axis. Tilting means for rotating the second support member 109. Further, the rotation around the Z rotation axis by the second support member 109 and the rotation around the Y rotation axis of the grip support portion 141 can be performed independently of each other.

  The camera fixing base 105 of the present embodiment is a member having a predetermined thickness and a rectangular shape in plan view. The camera 103 is fixed to the camera fixing base 105 by fastening means such as screws (not shown). The camera fixing base 105 is not limited to this configuration. In other words, any configuration may be used as long as an imaging device such as a camera or a video camera that can image a subject can be placed and fixed.

  The camera fixing base 105 is slidably mounted on an X rotation shaft 119 extending in the direction of the X rotation axis, and the X rotation shaft 119 is attached to the first support member 107 via a ball bearing 121. It is supported so as to be rotatable around a rotation axis. Furthermore, a balancer 123 that is a weight is attached to the X rotation shaft 119 via a balancer connecting portion 125 in a lower direction in the Y rotation axis direction. The balancer 123 functions so that the optical axis F of the camera 103 extends parallel to the plane defined by the X rotation axis and the Y rotation axis of the camera 103 fixed to the camera fixing base 105. That is, as shown in FIG. 3, by providing the balancer 123, the center of gravity G of the camera 103, the camera fixing base 105, the balancer connecting portion 125, and the balancer 123 as a whole is the X rotation that is the rotation axis of the X rotation shaft 119. It arrange | positions below with respect to a perpendicular direction (direction where a Y rotation axial center extends) rather than an axial center. Therefore, the camera 103 can be maintained in a horizontal posture with respect to the left-right direction of the camera 103 (Z rotation axis direction).

  The first support member 107 is a frame having a predetermined rigidity, and includes a pair of frame configuration Z-axis members 107a extending in the Z rotation axis direction and a pair of frame configuration X axes extending in the X rotation axis direction. Member 107b. The frame-constituting Z-axis member 107a and the frame-constituting X-axis member 107b constitute a substantially square frame in plan view by connecting the end portions in the longitudinal direction.

  A second support member 109 is rotatably connected to substantially the center of each of the pair of frame body Z-axis members 107a. The second support member 109 is U-shaped and has a predetermined rigidity. Further, the second support member 109 connects the two support structure rising members 109a extending in the Y rotation axis direction and the one end portions of the two support structure rising members 109a and extends in the Z rotation axis direction. It has a support member configuration cross member 109b. Ball bearings 127 are attached to the other end portions of the two supporting member configuration rising portions 109a.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the ball bearing 127 is defined by an annular outer ring 129, an annular inner ring 131 that is concentric with the outer ring 129 and disposed radially inward of the outer ring, and the outer ring 129 and the inner ring 131. And a plurality of rolling elements 133 arranged in the formed annular space. In the present embodiment, the inner ring 131 is sandwiched from both sides in the Z rotation axis direction by the X-axis member 107b and the first pulley 113 of the first support member 107, and the inner peripheral surface of the inner ring 131 is It is fixed to the Z rotating shaft 134.

  On the other hand, the outer ring 129 is fitted in a through-hole penetrating in the thickness direction of the support member constituting rising member 109a of the second support member 109 on the outer peripheral surface thereof. Accordingly, the first support member 107 and the second support member 109 can swing relative to each other around the Z rotation axis. In FIG. 1, one support member configuration rising member 109 a and frame configuration X-axis member 107 b disposed on the front side in the drawing in the Z rotation axis direction have been described. On the other hand, the above-described first pulley 113 is not arranged on the other supporting member constituting rising member 109a and the frame constituting X-axis member 107b side which are opposed to each other with respect to the Z axis direction, and the Z rotating shaft 134 is constituted. The frame constituting X-axis member 107b is connected to the inner ring 131 by bolts and nuts.

  The second pulley 115 having the rotation axis of the first pulley 113, that is, the second pulley 115 having a rotation axis parallel to the Z rotation axis is rotatable on the support member constituting the bridging member 109b of the second support member 109. It is attached to. The second pulley 115 is connected to one end of a rotating bar 135 having a rotation axis concentric with the rotation axis, and the other end of the rotating bar 135 has a diameter larger than that of the rotating bar 135 and a photographer. Is mounted with a tilt knob 137 that can be gripped with a finger.

  Further, an endless belt 117 is wound around the first pulley 113 and the second pulley 115. In addition, the 1st pulley 113 and the 2nd pulley are the structure of the same dimension and the same shape, and the groove | channel which accommodates the endless belt 117 is formed in the outer peripheral surface as FIG. 2 shows. Therefore, when the tilt knob 137 is rotated, the rotational force is transmitted to the first support member 107 via the rotating rod 135, the second pulley 115, the endless belt 117, and the first pulley 113, and One support member 107 swings around the Z rotation axis. As described above, the tilting means for rotating the photographing apparatus 103 in the tilt direction, that is, rotating around the Z rotation axis, includes the tilt knob 137, the rotating rod 135, the first and second pulleys 113 and 115, and the endless belt 117. It is comprised by.

  A grip connecting portion 139 is fixed in the vicinity of the tilting knob 137 and substantially in the center in the longitudinal direction of the support member constituting spanning member 109b. The grip connecting portion 139 having the Y rotation axis is connected to the grip supporting portion 141 via a universal joint 142 that is a vibration absorbing means. A cylindrical grip 111 is mounted on both ends of the columnar grip support 141 via ball bearings 143 and 145, respectively.

  In the state where the photographer holds the grip 111 and the photographing apparatus holding device 101 is suspended in the air, the universal joint 142 is subjected to vibration caused by the photographer's walking or body movement via the grip support portion 141. 2 has a function of preventing transmission to the second support member 109. The universal joint 142 includes a pair of protrusions provided at the other end of the grip connection part 139, a shaft member 144 extending between the pair of protrusions, and a pair of ends provided at one end of the grip support part 141. It is comprised from the protrusion and the shaft member extended between a pair of protrusion parts, and both the shaft members are connected so that it may cross | intersect. Accordingly, the grip connecting portion 139 can swing around the shaft member 144 of the grip connecting portion 139, and the grip support portion 141 can rotate around the shaft member of the grip supporting portion 141.

  The grip 111 is fitted to an outer ring (not shown) constituting the ball bearings 143 and 145, and the grip support part 141 is fitted to an inner ring (not shown) of the ball bearings 143 and 145, and the grip 111 and the grip support part are fitted. 141 can rotate relative to each other. Further, pan rotary plates 147 and 149 connected to the grip support portion 111 are arranged at upper and lower ends in the longitudinal direction of the grip 111. The ball bearings 143 and 145 have a known configuration like the ball bearing 127 described above.

  When any one of the above-described upper and lower pan turntables 147, 149 is rotated around the Y rotation axis, the rotational force is applied to the second support member 117 via the grip support portion 111 and the grip connection portion 139. It rotates around the Y rotation axis. That is, when one of the pan rotating plates 147 and 149 is turned, the direction of the optical axis F of the camera 103 (in this embodiment, the direction parallel to the X rotation axis) is rotated around the Y rotation axis. The pan rotating plates 147 and 149 and the ball bearings 143 and 145 constitute pan rotating means for rotating the second support member 109 around the Y rotation axis. Further, the numbers of the pan rotating plates 147 and 149 and the ball bearings 143 and 145 can be changed as appropriate.

  The operability of the photographing apparatus holding apparatus 101 having the above configuration is improved by performing the following initial setting before using the photographing apparatus holding apparatus 101 to which the camera 103 is attached. First, the camera fixing base is set so that the optical axis F of the camera 103 extends on a horizontal plane in a state in which the photographer holds the grip 111 with, for example, the left hand and lifts the photographing apparatus holding device 101 so as to float in the air. Adjustment is performed by moving and fixing 105 in the X rotation axis direction. Further, the camera 103 is fastened by fastening means (not shown) such that the center of gravity of the camera 103 extends on a plane perpendicular to the X rotation axis with respect to the camera fixing base 105. Is selected to extend horizontally. Therefore, in the initial state, the Y rotation axis, the X rotation axis, and the Z rotation axis form an angle of 90 degrees with each other.

  As described above, when the initial setting is performed, the operation of turning the tilt knob 137 and swinging the camera 103 around the Z rotation axis starts from the state where the optical axis F of the camera 103 extends on the horizontal plane. Therefore, the operation of the photographing apparatus holding device 101 becomes easy. Note that when the imaging apparatus holding device 101 is initially set, the first support member 107 is tilted by rotating the tilt knob 137 even when the optical axis F of the camera 103 is tilted with respect to the horizontal plane. Needless to say, operation is also possible.

  By using the photographing apparatus holding device 101 having the above-described configuration, when the subject is photographed by the camera 103, the photographer holds the grip 111 and performs various operations such as walking in order to point the photographer in a desired direction. Even in this case, the universal joint 142 suppresses the vibration caused by the motion of the photographer's body from being transmitted to the grip connecting portion 139. As a result, transmission of vibrations to the second support member 109 and the first support member 207 is suppressed, and blurring of imaging of the subject can be suppressed.

  Further, since the pan turntables 147 and 149 are disposed in the vicinity of the grip 111, the pan turntables 147 and 149 can be rotated with the fingers of one hand while holding the grip with one hand. Thus, the camera 103 can be rotated around the Y rotation axis. In addition, by rotating the tilt knob 137 with the other hand and rotating the first support member 107 around the Z rotation axis, the posture of the camera 103 can be easily changed. In this way, the photographer can rotate around the Y rotation axis and the rotation around the Z rotation axis independently of each other, so that the camera 103 can be directed in a desired direction reliably and easily. be able to.

[Second Embodiment]
Hereinafter, a second embodiment of the photographing apparatus holding device will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 4 is a perspective view schematically showing the photographing apparatus holding device 201 according to the second embodiment. Note that the second embodiment will be described focusing on a configuration different from that of the photographing apparatus holding device 101 according to the first embodiment. Therefore, components, operations, effects, and the like that are not described in the imaging device device 201 according to the second embodiment are the same as those in the first embodiment. As is clear from FIG. 4, the cross-sectional view corresponding to FIG. 2 of the imaging device holding device 201 of the second embodiment is the same, so the cross-sectional view of the second embodiment is omitted.

  The first support member 207 is U-shaped in plan view and has a predetermined rigidity. The first support member 207 includes a single frame configuration Z-axis member 207a. Unlike the first embodiment, the first support member 207 includes a frame at the end of the frame configuration X-axis member 207b on the lens 103a side of the camera 103. The body configuration Z-axis member 207a is not connected.

  The X rotation shaft 219 has a cantilever shape, and one end of the X rotation shaft 219 is rotatably mounted via a ball bearing 121 at a substantially central portion in the longitudinal direction of the support member constituting Z-axis member 207a. The X rotation shaft 219 includes a rotation support portion 219a having an X rotation axis, a mounting support portion 219b extending in parallel to the X rotation axis below the X rotation axis in the Y rotation axis direction, and a rotation support portion. 219a and the mounting support portion 219b are connected to each other, and a bent portion 219c extending in a substantially vertical direction with respect to both members is provided.

  Note that the X rotation shaft 219 of the present embodiment is made of a cylindrical metal member. Similarly to the X rotation shaft 119 of the first embodiment, the camera fixing base 105 can be fixed at a predetermined position along the mounting support portion 219b of the X rotation shaft 219.

  Therefore, by moving the camera fixing base 105 along the longitudinal direction of the mounting support portion 219b, the X rotation axis can be adjusted to extend on the horizontal plane. Further, by placing the mounting support portion 219b of the X rotation shaft 219 eccentrically from the X rotation axis, the center of gravity of the entire camera 103 and the camera fixing base 105 can be disposed below the X rotation axis in the vertical direction. it can. Therefore, the second embodiment does not need to provide the balancer 123 of the first embodiment, can simplify the configuration of the imaging device holding device 201, and can realize the weight reduction of the imaging device holding device 201 itself.

  Furthermore, in the present embodiment, the position of the camera 103a relative to the camera fixing base 105 is relatively forward (rightward in FIG. 4) in the X rotation axis direction as compared with the first embodiment. This is because the first support member 207 is balanced in the Z rotation axis direction. That is, the optical axis F of the camera 103 is set so as to extend on a horizontal plane, as in the initial state of the photographing apparatus holding device 101 in the first embodiment.

  In the first and second embodiments described above, the camera 103 is mounted on the photographing apparatus holding apparatuses 101 and 201, and initial setting is performed before the photographer starts using the photographing apparatus holding apparatuses 101 and 201. Although the support members 107 and 207 are configured to extend horizontally, the present invention is not limited to this configuration. It is also possible to use the photographing device holding device after setting the camera in various postures.

  Further, in the first and second embodiments, the longitudinal center line of the grip support portion 141 extends in the vertical direction, but the present invention is not limited to this configuration. That is, even when the photographing apparatus 101 or 201 is used in a state where the longitudinal center line of the grip support portion 141 is inclined at a predetermined angle with respect to the vertical direction, a change in the connection angle of two members such as a universal joint is allowed. By using the joint to be used, the Y rotation axis of the grip connecting portion 139 extends in the vertical direction by the weights of the first and second support members 107, 109, 207 and the like connected to the grip connecting portion 139. As a result, the second support members 107 and 207 can rotate around the Y rotation axis extending in the vertical direction.

  Further, the tilting means of the first and second embodiments is configured by the first and second pulleys 113 and 115 and the belt 117, but the present invention is not limited to this configuration. For example, use two sprockets and a chain wound around both sprockets, or use a wire member such as a wire whose one end is connected to the rotating rod 135 and the other end is connected to the Z rotating shaft 134. Various configurations that can swing the first support member and the second support member relative to each other can be used. In other words, the tilt means may be any means that can transmit the rotational force of the tilt knob 137 to the first support members 107 and 207.

  Further, in the first and second embodiments, the grip 111 is grasped with one hand of the photographer. However, the belt can be hung on the photographer's neck or waist, and is fixed to the belt. Using one end and a support column having the other end connected to the grip 111 of the photographing device holding device 101, 201, the photographer is configured to reduce the burden on the hand or arm holding the photographing device holding device. Is also possible.

  In the first embodiment, the balancer 123 is used. However, the X rotation axis 219 is used as in the second embodiment, and the center of gravity of the camera 103 and the camera fixing base 105 is set to the Y rotation axis from the X rotation axis. It is also possible to adopt a configuration in which the balancer 123 and the balancer connecting portion 125 are not provided. Further, the X rotation shaft 119 attached to the first support member 107 in the form of a double-supported beam can be configured in a cantilever manner similarly to the X rotation shaft 219 of the second embodiment. The X rotation shaft 219 of the embodiment can also be configured as a doubly supported beam like the X rotation shaft 119 of the first embodiment.

  Furthermore, in the first and second embodiments, the ball bearing which is a rolling bearing is used to enable rotation around the X rotation axis, the Y rotation axis, and the Z rotation axis. A configuration using a bearing is also possible.

  It is also possible to rotate the X rotation shafts 119 and 219 of the first and second embodiments around the X rotation axis and adjust the position of the photographing apparatus around the X rotation axis. Furthermore, in the first and second embodiments, the photographer manually rotates the X rotation shafts 119 and 219, the Z rotation shaft 134, and the grip connecting portion 139. However, the X rotation shafts 119 and 219 and the Z rotation shaft are rotated. The shaft 134, the grip connecting portion 139, and the X rotation shafts 119 and 219 may be configured to be rotationally driven using a driving means such as a motor.

101, 201 Imaging device holding device 103 Camera 105 Camera fixing base 107, 207 First support member 109 Second support member 111 Grip 113 First pulley 115 Second pulley 117 Endless belt 137 Tilt knob 142 Universal joint 147 149 Bread turntable

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  1. A photographic device holding device that holds and hangs a photographic device,
    A mounting table to which the photographing device can be mounted;
    A first support member to which the mounting table is rotatably connected around a first rotation axis;
    A second support member coupled to the first support member for rotation about a second rotation axis;
    A suspension support unit coupled to the second support member so as to be rotatable about a third rotation axis and supported by suspension;
    Tilt means for rotating the first support member around the second rotation axis; and
    The rotation of the first support member around the second rotation axis by the tilt means and the rotation of the suspension support part around the third rotation axis can be performed independently of each other. Oh it is,
    In a state where the hanging lower support portion is suspended it is supported the imaging device holding apparatus, the mounting table and the center of gravity of the imaging device is arranged from below the first rotation axis and wherein Rukoto Camera equipment holding device.
  2. A photographic device holding device that holds and hangs a photographic device,
    A mounting table to which the photographing device can be mounted;
    A first support member to which the mounting table is rotatably connected around a first rotation axis;
    A second support member coupled to the first support member for rotation about a second rotation axis;
    A suspension support unit coupled to the second support member so as to be rotatable about a third rotation axis and supported by suspension;
    Tilt means for rotating the first support member about the second axis of rotation;
    A universal joint for connecting the suspension support part and the second support member,
    The rotation of the first support member around the second rotation axis by the tilt means and the rotation of the suspension support part around the third rotation axis can be performed independently of each other. An apparatus for holding an imaging device, characterized in that:
  3. In the state where the suspension support portion is supported and the photographing apparatus holding device is suspended, the mounting table includes the first support member so that the optical axis of the photographing apparatus extends in a horizontal direction. imaging device holding apparatus according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that it is arranged.
  4. Imaging equipment holding device according to claim 1 or 3, characterized in that it comprises a vibration absorbing means for connecting the second support member and the suspended lower support portion.
  5.   The pan rotation means arranged in the vicinity of the said suspension support part for rotating the said 2nd support member around the said 3rd rotating shaft center, The any one of Claims 1-4 characterized by the above-mentioned. The photographing apparatus holding device according to claim 1.
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