Easyrig 3 400N with Small Cinema 3 Vest & 5" Extended Arm

BH #EA4003A5S • MFR #ERIG-400-3-A5-S
Easyrig 3 400N with Small Cinema 3 Vest & 5" Extended Arm
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Easyrig Cinema 3 400N Overview

The Easyrig 3 400N with Small Cinema 3 Vest & 5" Extended Arm is a body-worn support system that is adjustable to support camera rigs weighing 17 to 24 lb. The system consists of the Easyrig 3 support bar with 400 N gas shock absorber, the small Cinema 3 double shoulder vest, and a 5" extended support arm. A carrying bag is also included for convenient storage and transport of the Easyrig system.

The Cinema 3 vest system gives you the advantages of both a handheld and tripod mounted camera; i.e. with the speed and mobility of the handheld camera you can still achieve steady pictures. It also has improved steadiness because of the integrated hip and back support. The system relieves your back and shoulders by taking the load off of your shoulder, neck, and arm muscles and distributing it across your torso.

Easyrig Cinema 3 400N Specs

ConstructionNot Specified by the Manufacturer
Load Capacity17 to 24 lb (7.7 to 10.9 kg)
VestCinema 3
Suspension Line (Fully Stretched)35" (88 cm)
ArmA5 (5" / 12.7 cm)
Belt Size28 to 31" (70 to 80 cm)
HeightMounted: 35 to 39" (90 to 100 cm)
Optional AccessoriesFlowcine Serene 2-axis spring arm
Weight7.7 lb (3.5 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight15.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)25.66 x 15.33 x 12.5"
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would this work with a camera that will weight ...

would this work with a camera that will weight around 14-17lbs?
Asked by: Zach
It will not, the minimum capacity for this system is 17 pounds. If you are going to be in the 14-17 pound range you'd want to look at the Easyrig Cinema 3 300N instead, which is between 11 to 17 pounds. https://bhpho.to/2WKc2Qd
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-05-15


Looking at purchasing the DJI Ronin M compact stabilizer. I want an easy rig to use with it to save my back. I am using Canon camera's on the stabilizer. Which easy rig would work best and not break the bank?
Asked by: Lonnie W.
I have used the Easy Rig, found it to be a good design and feel it would be well suited for the Ronin M flying Canon cameras/lenses.In time, I would imagine you will wish to also consider the Flowcine line of products to make the camera super smooth and yet not break your back or exhaust your arms.http://bhpho.to/1LCBcsvIn action:https://<a href= http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmVUOdtks2w target= _blank >www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmVUOdtks2w</a>
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-28


I show that Easyrig 1000N Portable Camera Support. what difference does this product?
Asked by: Anonymous
The difference is that the 400N stabilizer is made to support a maximum load of 22 lbs where the 1000N is made to support a payload of 46-59 lbs.
Answered by: Oliver C.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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