So I upgraded my video gear significantly and got a large format Sony that weighs roughly 10 pounds. For the last few years my main camera has been a Sony A7Sii but I learned the hard way that 8- bit cameras don’t handle the fine nuances in the shades of gray while shooting LOG within the clouds we like to see. This should handle that much better. Can’t wait to get it out in the field! The problem: mounting it in my dash. I have a Gripper XL 116 That works fine for a DSLR but it won’t fit this camera, and the cameras probably too heavy anyways. I have toyed around with some ideas with rigging a mount off of my RAM laptop mount with some added risers and then finally a manfroto video head, but before I invest a bunch of money I wanted to reach out to everyone else to see if anybody had any better ideas. I usually chase alone, so a dash mount is kind of a necessary item. How I had it working before is I had a quick release plate system on both the in-car Mount and on my tripod so I could quickly take the camera out of the car and put it on a tripod when and if I get out of the vehicle. I have attached a photo of the camera and roughly where I want it in the dash/windshield area. Thanks in advance!