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This looks like a two axis stabilizer so want to ...
This looks like a two axis stabilizer so want to confirm if two or three and if three can i make it a two axis only to add onto steadicam to keep pan control on steadicam only and this to serve like a trinity style head with roll and tilt stabilized and if so can i control tilt somehow like trinity head? Also would a light derigged c300 mark iii with L series glass such as a 14mm2.8L be ok on this weight wise?
Asked by: Christopher
it is a 3 axis system with the helix 4th Axis bracket. According to the manufacturer
"The Helix 4th Axis Bracket from Letus allows you to use your Helix camera stabilizer on 3rd party camera supports such as tripods, vest/arm type supports and optional Easy Rigs when using optional accessories. The 4th axis bracket features a built-in main bearing on the cross bar for free rotation and two risers that accept bearings that allow for tilt rotation.
You mount the included bearings and o-rings onto your Helix stabilizer and then fit your Helix into the 4th axis's risers, securing them with the four included M5 set screws. At this point, you can mount the entire rig onto a Steadicam-type rig, using an optional spacer, onto a tripod with the optional spacer and Devitte mount, or to an Easy Rig (not included) using an optional top handle. The crossbar incorporates 6x threaded 1/4"-20 accessory mounting points."
so it can be mounted on a steadicam in the manner you have described.
the Helix Pro will support a C300MKiii or a C500MKii