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Zacuto Sony FS7 Dual Trigger Grips

BH #ZAZDTGFS7 • MFR #Z-DTG-FS7
Zacuto Sony FS7 Dual Trigger Grips
Key Features
  • 15mm LWS Rod Mount Handgrip Set
  • Ergonomic Wooden Handgrip
  • Grip Relocator for FS7 Camera Grip
  • Quick-Press 360° Rotation
The Sony FS7 Dual Trigger Grips from Zacuto are a 15mm LWS rod mount handgrip set featuring one wooden handgrip and one grip relocator for the Sony FS7 camera grip. Each can be individually rotated a full 360° at the press a dedicated lever — there is no need to screw or unscrew any knob or lever but rather just press it on the fly. Furthermore, the wooden component of the wooden handgrip can also be adjusted forward and backward at the press of another lever.
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$845.50
$71/mo. suggested payments for 12 Mos.
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Zacuto Dual Wooden Handgrip Set with Trigger Overview

The Sony FS7 Dual Trigger Grips from Zacuto are a 15mm LWS rod mount handgrip set featuring one wooden handgrip and one grip relocator for the Sony FS7 camera grip. Each can be individually rotated a full 360° at the press a dedicated lever — there is no need to screw or unscrew any knob or lever but rather just press it on the fly. Furthermore, the wooden component of the wooden handgrip can also be adjusted forward and backward at the press of another lever.

The wooden handgrip secures into a sleeve and can be adjusted in length within the sleeve by loosening a lever. Scale markings are available on top to allow you to easily match up the positions of the wooden handgrip and the grip relocator.

Key Features

  • 15mm LWS rod mount handgrip set
  • Includes a wooden handgrip and a grip relocator for the Sony FS7 camera grip
  • 360° rotation at the press of a lever — no screwing/unscrewing
  • Forward/backward adjustment / length adjustment for the wooden handgrip
  • Scale markings for easily matching the positions of the handgrips

Zacuto Dual Wooden Handgrip Set with Trigger Specs

Item TypeDual Handgrips
General
MaterialsAluminum, Wood
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.085 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.55 x 9.7 x 3.3"

Zacuto Dual Wooden Handgrip Set with Trigger Reviews

What I was missing

By Diego
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-11-19

First of all, I have to say, this works really well. Its well designed and works quite well. The item is a bit expensive, and so when you get it in the mail you quickly realize what youre paying for is the engineering, research, and prototyping it must have taken to build this item. The actual item is well built, but you realize that in material cost, its not quite worth what youre paying. However, where the product shines is in filling out the camera kit for anyone who does interview work and then needs to switch to hand-held for b-roll or for getting a quick interview on the fly. For indie films, this is a great tool as well since you can quickly get your camera up and running with a dual handle set-up. Ive always been concerned about the Zacuto system because it originally didnt have this piece. There was no dual-Arri rosette with the base plate. I did go with Zacuto though due to its great balance and build quality. However, I was always looking back and forth to other competitors. Recently, on a shoot, I had to go hand-held real quick, and I remember thinking it may be time to switch to a different system. Fortunately, I found this out, and it has been great ever since. The item works really well - its quite intuitive, and it can be customized to fit in different positions. Ideally, to have it work well, youd have a 1st AC or an assistant of some kind to get it balanced perfectly. However, you can of course just set-up it up by yourself. It goes pretty quick. An assistant would just help make the flow a little faster by allowing you to customize how you want to hold the dual grips. I would highly recommend this. The tornado grip never seemed like the solution I was looking for. Fortunately, this seems to be it.

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