Ready Rig GS Stabilizer + ProArm Kit with Case

BH #RERIGGSA • MFR #READY RIG GS + PROARM
Ready Rig
Ready Rig GS Stabilizer + ProArm Kit with Case
Key Features
  • Load Capacity Range of 1-40 lb
  • Vertical Axis Stabilization
  • Telescoping Carbon Fiber Support Arms
  • 55" Boom Range
Use the Ready Rig GS Stabilizer + ProArm Kit 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 during handheld gimbal shots. The Ready Rig GS Stabilizer works with any gimbal in standard or underslung mode.
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Expected availability: 2-4 weeks
$2,799.99
$234/mo. suggested payments
with 12 Mos. Promo Financing* 
Arm Type | Load Capacity
ProArm | 40 lb
Standard | 30 lb
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Ready Rig READY RIG GS + PROARM Overview

Use the Ready Rig GS Stabilizer + ProArm Kit 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 during handheld gimbal shots. The Ready Rig GS Stabilizer works with any gimbal in standard or underslung mode.

The Ready Rig ProArms increase the basic GS Stabilizer's load range from 30 to 40 pounds. They telescope from 23 to 37", producing an effective boom range of 55". For greater operating convenience, the ProArms also feature 1/4"-20 and 3/8-16" threads, enabling you to mount an onboard monitor to either arm.

The Ready Rig GS with ProArms features a load capacity range of 1 to 40 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 or camera rig from 1 to 40 pounds
Adjustable arms telescope from 23 to 37", with an effective boom range of 55"
An onboard monitor can be mounted to the 1/4"-20 or 3/8"-16 threads on each arm
Provides vertical axis stabilization while reducing operator fatigue
Slim, lightweight design with carbon fiber support arms and aluminum components
Operate gimbal in over- or underslung configuration
A soft, zippered carrying case is included in the kit
UPC: 869681000026

Ready Rig READY RIG GS + PROARM Specs

Load Range1-40 lb (0.45-18 kg)
Telescoping Arm23-27" (58-69 cm)
Accessory Mount Thread1/4"-20, 3/8"-16
Boom Range55" (140 cm)
Belt Size28-44" (71-112 cm)
Weight14 lb (6.4 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight21.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)26.2 x 16 x 10.2"
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