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CAME-TV Pro Camera Carbon Stabilizer with Support Vest and Support Arm

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CAME-TV Pro Camera Carbon Stabilizer with Support Vest and Support Arm
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CAME-TV Pro Camera Stabilizer Overview

The Pro Camera Carbon Stabilizer from CAME-TV is a handheld stabilizer that can hold cameras of up to 26 lb. The included monitor bracket is height-adjustable and flexible, and the head of the baseplate features power, AV, and HDMI connectors. The stabilizer has a low-shooting bracket. This stabilizer comes with a support vest and a support arm. It also includes an HDMI cable, balance weights, a battery mount base, and a monitor mount.

UPC: 602668721473

CAME-TV Pro Camera Stabilizer Specs

Load Capacity5.5 to 26 lb / 2.5 to 12 kg
Height Adjustment Range27.6 to 40.2" / 70 to 102 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight41 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)27.5 x 17.5 x 16.2"
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I’m confused, in the description it says it holds ...

I’m confused, in the description it says it holds up to 26 pounds but in the Q&A answers many people state it holds up to 33 pounds. Could someone clarify?
Asked by: francisca
CAME-TV has the Pro Camera Carbon Stabilizer with Support Vest and Support Arm kit rated for a 4.4-26.4lb payload.
Answered by: Michael A
Date published: 2020-03-19

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It's compatible for DSLR and HD Camera?Do I need special accessories for mounting DSLR and HD Camera?
Asked by: SOO Y.
The arms specification is 5.5 to 33.1 lb (2.5 to 15 kg). Most DSLR's barely make that minimum. My experience with Steadicams is that they work best when the weight is in the middle of the arms specifications. You may wish to get an arm that is set up for that light a weight. Otherwise, you can mount any camera you wish physically.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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does it come with a traveling bag or what is a good bag to use with the system?
Asked by: Praven
Mine came with a cheap padded soft case that fits the vest but nothing else.
Answered by: Matt
Date published: 2019-05-10

Which SDI type is that port? SD-SDI? HD-SDI? ...

Which SDI type is that port? SD-SDI? HD-SDI? 3G-SDI? Please advise? I'll be using it with the Ursa Mini Pro G2 and the Sony PMW-300K1.
Asked by: Alberto
It is not an SDI port. The BNC Connection on the top is listed as AV, it is a composite input signal. This does not support SDI, it supports composite. It does however have an HDMI cable.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-01-26

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Is there an adapter/accessory that will allow you to mount a Ronin?
Asked by: Julio L.
The CAME-TV post is 16mm. If you get the GyroVu Universal DJI Ronin Armpost Adaptor for Glidecam and Tiffen Stabilizers B&H # GYGVDJIUAP, there is a 16mm adapter included for the CAME-TV post. Then you can mount the Ronin. (Not the Ronin-M)
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

I'm planning to buy this mainly because my camera ...

I'm planning to buy this mainly because my camera and lens are too heavy for me, I hope this vest will make the camera easier to carry and less heavy, but from what I've read online it's quite a workout. I'm a little worried because I'm on the skinny side. In your opinion, does this vest do a good job at spreading out the weight of the camera more evenly on your body or is even more of a workout considering the weight of the stabilizer and vest itself? Thank you!
Asked by: francisca
This is a heavy system, but it will distribute the weight over your body. It will be a lot less strain specifically on your arms.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-10-19

Can I use it with my camera without buying an ...

Can I use it with my camera without buying an additional QR plate?
Asked by: Patrick
Yes it has a baseplate included.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-02-24

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Does anyone know how this compares to the LAING brand stabilizer model P30-II, which seems to be very similar?
Asked by: Anonymous
Laing is the same brand as Came-TV, I believe. I read up a lot on Laing and Came and they have the same Chinese sources on Ebay, and the construction and features are almost identical. A lot of the Reduser forums I was reading said the same thing.
Answered by: Gabriel J.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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