Ready Rig Ready Rig GS Stabilizer Kit with Case

Ready Rig GS Stabilizer Kit with Case

Ready Rig GS Stabilizer Kit with Case

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Product Highlights

  • Load Capacity Range of 1-30 lb
  • Vertical Axis Stabilization
  • Compatible with Any Gimbal
  • Carbon Fiber Support Arms
  • Operate Gimbal Over- or Under-Slung
  • Aluminum & Carbon Fiber Construction
  • Slim, Compact Design
  • Soft Carrying Case Included
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Arm Type | Load Capacity: Standard | 30 lb

ProArm | 40 lb Standard | 30 lb
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Ready Rig Ready Rig GS overview

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Use the Ready Rig GS Stabilizer to transfer the weight of a gimbal-mounted camera away from an operator's arms and shoulders. By redistributing the load to the user's hips and core, this rig enables you to extend your shooting time and lessens operator fatigue. It also reduces the bounce motion sometimes seen when doing handheld gimbal shots. The Ready Rig GS works with any gimbal in standard or underslung mode.

The Ready Rig GS features a load capacity range of 1 to 30 pounds, carbon fiber support arms, and an aluminum frame. Its slim, compact profile suits it for use in tight spaces and car interior shots. A soft, zippered carrying case is included with this kit.

Supports any gimbal/camera rig from 1-30 pounds
Provides vertical axis stabilization while reducing operator fatigue
Slim, lightweight design with carbon fiber support arms and aluminum components
Operate gimbal in over- or under-slung configuration
A soft, zippered carrying case is included in the kit
UPC: 869681000019
In the Box
Ready Rig GS Stabilizer Kit with Case
  • 2 x Shoulder Mounts
  • 2 x Carbon Fiber Support Rods
  • 2 x Rear Tension Cables
  • 2 x Universal Gimbal Attachments
  • Carrying Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Ready Rig Ready Rig GS specs

    Maximum Load 1-30 lb (0.45-13.6 kg)
    Belt Size 28-44" (71-112 cm)
    Weight 12 lb (5.4 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 16.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 26.0 x 16.25 x 10.2"

    Ready Rig Ready Rig GS reviews

    Ready Rig GS Stabilizer Kit with Case is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from WORTH IT !!! I have only used about 20 hours so far but I love this thing ! On a tiny music video set it was a dream , not once did I bump or hook anything. As far as setup is was very quick and user friendly. I wore almost the full day and had no back pain.
    Date published: 2018-02-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Definitely worth the investment! It took me a while to pull the trigger on buying this Ready Rig and I can tell you that it’s definitely worth the investment. I have a pretty light set up (Ronin-M + GH5) however, without the Ready Rig I could really only operate the gimbal for a few minutes before my arms, shoulders, and lower back would start to fatigue. Also, having to adjust settings on the camera & lens was also inconvenient while holding the Ronin-M with only one hand because it would put unnecessary strain on your wrist. With the Ready Rig, I’ve been able to operate my gimbal for over 20 minutes before I started to fatigue. The best part is that the Ready Rig holds your gimbal for you when you need both hands free to adjust settings on your camera (no more awkward one handed adjustments). The unit paid for itself after a few shoots, my only regret is that I didn’t buy it earlier. If you operate a gimbal regularly, this is definitely an investment you won’t regret.
    Date published: 2018-04-30
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