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Easyrig ERIG-VA5-SE Vario 5 with FLOWCINE Serene Preinstalled

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Easyrig ERIG-VA5-SE Vario 5 with FLOWCINE Serene Preinstalled
Key Features
  • Vario 5 Body-Worn Support System
  • Cinema Vest
  • 5" Extended Arm
  • FLOWCINE Serene Spring Arm
The ERIG-VA5-SE Vario 5 from Easyrig is a body-worn support system that takes the weight off your back, neck, and shoulders and distributes it to your hips. Designed for supporting cameras or even entire rigs ranging from 11 to 38 lb, this system enables you to capture steady handheld shots in comfort for hours while giving you the ability to relax your arms. The ERIG-VA5-SE Vario 5 comes with a standard Cinema vest and a 5" extended arm. Additionally, it comes with a FLOWCINE Serene two-axis spring arm stabilizer preinstalled.
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Expected availability: 7-14 business days
$6,925.00
$289/mo. suggested payments
with 24 Mos. Promo Financing* 

Important Notice

  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Easyrig Vario 5 Overview

The ERIG-VA5-SE Vario 5 from Easyrig is a body-worn support system that takes the weight off your back, neck, and shoulders and distributes it to your hips. Designed for supporting cameras or even entire rigs ranging from 11 to 38 lb, this system enables you to capture steady handheld shots in comfort for hours while giving you the ability to relax your arms. The ERIG-VA5-SE Vario 5 comes with a standard Cinema vest and a 5" extended arm. Additionally, it comes with a FLOWCINE Serene two-axis spring arm stabilizer preinstalled.

The Vario 5 lets you adjust the line tensions to adapt to many different cameras and configurations. This can be done by turning the adjustment screw located on the back.

The FLOWCINE Serene smooths video results by mitigating vertical vibrations induced by walking or running during a tracking shot. It also stabilizes side to side motion in similar tracking situations by counter-pivoting around its center axis.

Easyrig Vario 5 Specs

Stabilizer TypeVest System
Load Capacity11 to 38 lb / 4.99 to 17.24 kg
Camera Mount1/4"-20 Male
Height38 to 45" / 96.52 to 114.30 cm
24" / 60.96 cm (Folded)
CounterweightsNone
Vest Weight4.7 lb / 2.13 kg
Belt Size31 to 51" / 78.74 to 129.54 cm
Suspension Line Length35" / 88.90 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight25.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)36.5 x 20.9 x 12.8"
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