Acebil ST-7R Shoulder Adapter with DC-CS1 Cable for Sony HVR-A1J

BH #ACST7RSNYKT3 • MFR #ST-7R SONY KIT3
Acebil
Acebil ST-7R Shoulder Adapter with DC-CS1 Cable for Sony HVR-A1J
Key Features
  • ST-7R Shoulder Support
  • DC Cable for Sony HVR-A1J
  • V-Mount Plate on the Rear
  • Four DC Outputs for Camera/Accessories
This Acebil ST-7R Shoulder Adapter Bundle includes the DC-CS1 DC cable that allows you to use the ST-7R with the Sony HVR-A1J camera. The ST-7R is a self-contained shoulder support with a V-Mount battery plate on the rear and four DC outputs throughout.
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Expected availability: 7-14 business days
$1,025.50

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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Acebil ST-7R Overview

This Acebil ST-7R Shoulder Adapter Bundle includes the DC-CS1 DC cable that allows you to use the ST-7R with the Sony HVR-A1J camera. The ST-7R is a self-contained shoulder support with a V-Mount battery plate on the rear and four DC outputs throughout.

Attach an optional V-Mount battery and plug the camera and various other accessories into the DC outputs for power. The ST-7R also provides three BNC outputs and features a shoulder pad, top handle, and tripod mounts.

Compatibility

Acebil CS-382 and CS-482 tripod systems

Features

Lightweight aluminum construction
Standard V-mount battery plate at rear
Three CamTap connectors provide accessible BNC output on the operator's right side
Two 4-pin XLR, and two 4-pin mini DC outputs
Shoulder pad and carrying-strap studs for comfortable use

Acebil ST-7R Specs

Support TypeShoulder Support
ConfigurationBattery Mounting Plate
Grip TypeTopside Handgrip
Camera CompatibilityPanasonic AG-DVX200
Mounting
Battery Plate TypeV-Mount
Camera Mounting1/4"-20 Screw
RosettesNone
General
ConstructionAluminum
Weight3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight7.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21.6 x 9.1 x 8.5"
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