GyroVu Heavy-Duty Carbon Fiber Monitor Mount with Quick Release for GyroVu, Ronin-M, MoVI

GyroVu Heavy-Duty Carbon Fiber Monitor Mount with Quick Release for GyroVu, Ronin-M, MoVI

GyroVu Heavy-Duty Carbon Fiber Monitor Mount with Quick Release for GyroVu, Ronin-M, MoVI

B&H # GYGVPMMCQ MFR # GVP-MMCQ
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Product Highlights

  • For GyroVu, Ronin-M, MoVI Stabilizers
  • Attach up to 10" Monitors
  • Locking 1/4"-20 Quick-Release System
  • Secure Clamp/Screw Monitor Mount
  • Carbon Fiber Plate, Plastic Clamp
  • Robust Ball Head
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Attach up to 10" (25 cm) monitors to GyroVu, DJI Ronin-M, and Freefly MoVI stabilizers with this Heavy-Duty Monitor Mount with Quick Release from GyroVu. The quick-release is a compact 1/4"-20 mounting system that allows you to quickly attach/remove your on-camera monitor. It features a secure locking mechanism and supports up to 4 lb loads. The monitor mount and quick release are connected by a durable ball head. The monitor mount clamps on and secures tight with screws, and its top plate is made of robust 4mm thick carbon fiber. It can be mounted on any 25mm rod/pipe, so it's not limited to the above stabilizers.

UPC: 636160066879
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GyroVu Heavy-Duty Carbon Fiber Monitor Mount with Quick Release for GyroVu, Ronin-M, MoVI
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    GyroVu GVP-MMCQ specs

    Material of Construction Carbon fiber center plate, plastic clamp
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    Package Weight 0.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.2 x 3.7 x 3.0"

    GyroVu GVP-MMCQ reviews

    Heavy-Duty Carbon Fiber Monitor Mount with Quick Release for GyroVu, Ronin-M, MoVI is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 8.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome product! Heavy duty!, awesome product, holds my atomos ninja assassin on my ronin like butter!!!
    Date published: 2016-01-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The strongest and lightest. Very secure and weighs a lot less than any other mount I've used.
    Date published: 2017-05-14
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from one pair works not with other pair I had two issues with this product. One is, that the screws to mount it on the Ronin handle are jest a bit too short and won't tighten. The plastic part fit nicely around the handle bar. the other Problem is that, there must be two series of the quick release plate. I bought another quickrelease plate for my tripod, but one ist too tight for the other (doesn't lock) and the other too loose to lock securely (wiggling a lot).
    Date published: 2016-09-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Monitor mount Works as described..highly recommended
    Date published: 2016-03-09
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from More equipment with poor set-up directions. Purchased to attach the Ninja Inferno to the Ronin M frame. After many tries, we still cannot figure out how to tighten it properly for use. No real directions that solve the issue. Another equipment mystery.
    Date published: 2017-08-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best monitor mount! I have went thru quite a few mounts and definitely will not be switching after using this one. �It is awesome and the quick release is a great touch. �Very sturdy and easy to lock down.
    Date published: 2018-01-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I would buy this again in a heartbeat Great little tool. Keep it in your kit.
    Date published: 2017-08-10
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did not work for Ronin-M and light-duty use! I settled on this mount after extensive research for a monitor mount for my Ronin-M.� I use a SmallHD 701 Lite (7" monitor) and it doesn't even begin to approach the weight limit for this mount.� I'm pretty ticked that a $99 mount like this lasted less than a year, with me doing only about 15-18 weddings with it (very light-duty style use, I don't do anything extreme w/ my Ronin). I was enamored with the quick-release function, which is something I did not see on other monitor mounts.� The quick-release plate works good on it's own, but the main part of this mount DOES NOT. I contacted GyroVu directly within a few days of having this mount, as the little steel ball inside the tightening post came out (because I had unscrewed the red tightening handle all the way, and you're not supposed to do that).� The GyroVu tech support was decent (they seem to be a Russian/Ukrainian owned company, which I have zero problem with, it was just difficult working with the heavy accent).� They instructed me how to fix it at that time, and it seemed to hold.� Gradually, it became looser and looser, and I've been unable to tighten it (my SmallHD monitor just flops around on it).� Last week at a wedding it reached a point where I just simply ripped this mount off, and threw it in the trash.� The red tightening handle would no longer insert/turn into the black post (the threads wouldn't go in right), and there were metal shavings everywhere when I first opened it up to take it off my Ronin. I'm a super careful kind of guy with all of my equipment, and keep $15,000+ worth of video gear in pristine condition.� So believe me when I say I tried to work with this piece, and make it work for my Ronin.� But in the end, it simply didn't and I am certain I handled it correctly, and never pushed it beyond it's limits.� So this is not a negative rant/rave type of review.� I'm simply extremely frustrated at the lack of quality compared to the price I paid for this.� Will never buy from GyroVu again.� I'm going with either a SmallRig or CAMVATE clamp next, and hoping for the best.
    Date published: 2018-03-29
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