The Balance Weight for Solo from Steadicam is an additional 4.6 oz counterweight for the Solo system that can be screwed into the weights included with the stabilizer, providing counterbalance for heavier loads. To stack with other Solo weights, it features a 1/4"-20 screw on one side and 1/4"-20 female threading on the other.
- Additional Weight for Steadicam Solo
- 1/4"-20 Screw & Threading for Stacking
- 4.6 oz
Steadicam 821-7910 Overview
Steadicam 821-7910 Specs
|Compatibility||Compatible with Steadicam Solo System|
|Dimensions||3.9 x 9.8 x 1.6" (10 x 25 x 4 cm)|
|Weight||4.6 oz (130 g)|
|Package Weight||0.255 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||3 x 2.35 x 1.55"|
Steadicam 821-7910 Reviews
Worked like a charm!!!
Attached right into the cheese board I had on the underside of my camera rig. I was able to add the extra weight to it balance out for my flycam support vest.
I found it as expected. Serves the purpose perfectly.
Exactly what they are
used this on the end of a selphy stick to help stabilize an LG 360 cam. I use 4 and my videos have smoothed out significantly.
Necessary for larger rigs
Good product, and very necessary for balancing larger rigs on the Steadicam Solo.
Great for Many Things!
I bought a few of these because I needed small weights to help counter-balance my BMPCC on a motorized gimbal. With a decent cage around my camera, these weights were ideal as I can mount them in any -20 thread and get the results I need. Due to a threaded hole on the opposite side, I'm able to use these to mount exterior accessories slightly higher when needed. These are pretty ideal for more than their intended purpose. I also like that they're only 4 ounces each (most other counterweights are a pound or more, which was way more than I need).
I ordered these for balance weights for my Steadicam Archer 1, which already had pre-existing 1/4 20 holes. The weights themselves are great - perfectly balanced, and all exactly the same weight. However, the threads on some of the weights I ordered were damaged and I was not able to thread them into each other or my steadicam. B&H kindly and quickly replaced the damaged ones, though one of the replacements also had some thread damage - luckily it was so minor that one still threaded.
Does what its supposed to
Great for the Ronin-S
I'm using these with my Ronin-S. I attach them with a small cheese plate to the back of the Ronin-S' camera plate and it allows me to offset or move forward my Sony X70 far enough to operate in underslung and flashlight mode clearing the rear motor assembly. Props to Josh at Make Art Now for the tip.
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