The Cinesaddle Mounting Kit is used to secure your camera to a moving object such as a bike, boat, car, or other object. The stirrups and anchors are designed for mounting onto a car's hood or door. The mounting kit is best used with an optional Cinesaddle, as the Cinesaddle helps absorb vibrations for a smooth image.
Cinesaddle Stirrups (Set of 4)
This is a set of four plastic-coated steel Cinesaddle Stirrups that are designed to mount on a vehicle, boat, or other mobile platform and create an anchor point for securing your Cinesaddle. Each Stirrup is a steel frame that is approximately 4 x 3" and is designed to mount and remain on various places on your platform while under tension. For example, you can use the Stirrup to create an anchor on a car's hood, door panel, or bumper. Although primarily used for exterior mounting, the Stirrups allow you to be creative in finding anchor points.
Cinesaddle Anchors (Set of 4)
This is a set of four 9" long polyester seat belt webbing Cinesaddle Anchors that are designed to mount onto a vehicle, boat, or other mobile platform and create an anchor point for securing your Cinesaddle. The design of the anchor enables it to mount and remain on various places on your platform while under tension. Although primarily used for interior mounting, the stirrups allow you to be creative in finding anchor points.
Cinesaddle Fasty Straps (Set of 2)
This is a set of two 6" long polyester seat belt webbing Cinesaddle Fasty Straps designed to work with the Cinesaddle Stirrups or Anchors to secure your Cinesaddle to a moving or stationary platform. The Fasty Straps feature a buckle that allows you to secure the strap from loosening once you have cinched it tight.
The Cinesaddle Rope is a 4.9' long rope for lashing, tethering, and generally securing your Cinesaddle to a platform, either stationary or moving. It is made from a high-density polyester that is braided using a 16-plait cover over an 8-plait core. This produces a durable and strong rope which weighs only 6 ounces but has a breaking point of 1102.3 pounds.