The ST-7R Shoulder Adapter with Cable for Panasonic AG-AC130/160 from Acebil includes a dedicated DC cable that allows you to use the ST-7R with the Panasonic AG-AC130/160 camera. The ST-7R is a self-contained shoulder support with a V-mount battery plate, two 4-pin XLR DC outputs, two 4-pin mini DC outputs, three BNC outputs, a shoulder pad, top handle, and tripod mounts. You can attach an optional V-mount battery and plug the camera and various other accessories into the DC outputs for power.
- ST-7R Shoulder Support
- DC Cable for Panasonic AG-AC130/160
- V-Mount Plate on the Rear
- Two 4-Pin XLR, Two 4-Pin Mini DC Outputs
Acebil ST-7R Overview
Acebil ST-7R Specs
|Support Type||Shoulder Support|
|Configuration||Battery Mounting Plate|
|Grip Type||Topside Handgrip|
|Camera Compatibility||Panasonic AG-DVX200|
|Battery Plate Type||1 x V-Mount (Built-In)|
|Camera Mounting||1/4"-20 Male Screw|
|Weight||3.3 lb / 1.5 kg|
|Package Weight||7.05 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||21.6 x 9.1 x 8.5"|
Acebil ST-7R Reviews
This had the potential to be a great tool but is let done by not enough thought in the design as it doesn't sit on the shoulder like it should. It is quite heavy and it is terribly unbalanced when attaching it to a tripod. The base plate has to sit at it's forward most point. The only positive thing I can say is, it is slightly better than it is without it
This thing is huge and very cumbersome!
Decent build quality, hardware could be improved
Decent build quality, but the hardware are really subpar for something at this price point. A VCT-14 plate is a must to properly mount this on a tripod. Way over priced. but really helps with shoulder mounting the rig.
Great way to shoulder mount a DVX200
Very well-built and sturdy. Convenient BNC pass-throughs and lots of power tap options. I bought the cable to connect power from the V-Mount battery to the DVX200. Integrated V-Mount and power circuitry is a great feature and the battery does supply some counter-weight. I noticed another review mentioned that it is "HUGE." Logically, it must be (and is) a length that allows for the shoulder pad to be at the right distance from the camera to make viewing the LCD or viewfinder possible. Camera mounts to rig at both bottom and at top handle for a very secure, stable connection. 5 stars could be earned if it just had a way to add front grip handles/arms.
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