Basic camera stabilization device weighing six pounds more than the MoVIs. Good for up 16 pound payloads. Like the MoVIs, the Ronins have a steep learning curve. Our staff has considerable hands on experience with MoVIs and Ronins.
The Easyrig 300N can handle cameras weighing 11 - 16 pounds. The Easyrig reduces the static load on the neck and shoulder muscles while holding the camera at chest level.
An overhead support arm is attached to a back and hip support system for fatigue relief.
This small easyrig is ideal for DSLRs and small camera rigs weighing 4.4-15.4 lbs. It helps more comfortable distribute the weight of your rig for those days of extended handheld shooting. In addition to operator comfort the easyrig will help to stabilize your handheld shots by providing vertical tension, limiting camera shake.
- Weight Adjustable For 11-38 lb payloads
- 9" Arm Design To Clamp To Top Handle Of Gimbals
- Extension Of Hook Adjustable To Have Gimbal Closer Or Further From Your Body
- Takes Weight Off Your Arms & Puts It On Your Legs
The GS in Ready Rig GS stands for Gimbal Support. It allows a Movi or Ronin operator to shift the weight of their rig from their arms and shoulders to their hips and legs. The rig also helps the user stabilize the vertical axis and has adjustable tension to do so. The advantage of the Ready Rig GS over other options for gimbal support are that it supports inverted operation and does not limit the operator's range of movement in any way.
This rig has been the most popular for our Doc and News shooters with the C300, FS7, and F5 packages. The rig does a great job helping to balance these lightweight cameras by placing them directly on top of your shoulder without compromising a shoulder pad. The baseplate has rod mounts on the front and back but does not allow for rods to pass all the way through. It comes with rosette style, extendable arms with super easy on the fly push button adjustment. Our rig also includes a v lock delta adapter to put on your tripod for quick switches from tripod to your shoulder.
- Camera Stabilizer
- 5-18 lb Payloads Supported
- Camera Mounts Via Dovetail Plate
- 7" HD Monitor With HDMI + SDI Inputs, SDI Output Only
- On Board V Mount Plate To Power Accessories + Help Balance
- Learning Curve! Contact Us To Schedule A Demo!
Wooden Camera is known for their build quality and this rig upholds the tradition. It can easily be adjusted to suit your handheld comfort configuration. It is ideal for the Sony PXW-FS7 but will also work with our Red Epic and Black Magic Cameras.
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