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Flycam Galaxy Arm and Vest Kit with Redking Camera Stabilizer

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Flycam Galaxy Arm and Vest Kit with Redking Camera Stabilizer
Key Features
  • Universal-Fit Foam-Padded Vest
  • Stabilizer Arm Supports up to 22 lb
  • Camera Stabilizer, 7.5 lb Maximum Load
  • 18" Maximum Arm Length
Create smooth motion shots and take strain off your arms with this FLYCAM Galaxy Arm and Vest Kit with Redking Camera Stabilizer put together by B&H. The kit includes a Galaxy universal-fit foam-padded vest, a Galaxy stabilizer arm, and a Redking video camera stabilizer.
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In the listing without the vest it states that ...

In the listing without the vest it states that Redking can support up to 15lbs, here it states 7.5lbs. Are these different models of Redking?
Asked by: Dastan
It is the same RedKing Stabilizer with a 15lbs payload capacity, however, 7.5lbs is the maximum payload that you can use without damaging the Vest Arm. The Vest Arm only supports 22lbs including the weight of the RedKing Stabilizer, Payload and Counterweights.
Answered by: jabarih
Date published: 2021-09-13

Is it possible to use this device for standing ...

Is it possible to use this device for standing viewfinder shooting?
Asked by: Ben
The FLYCAM Galaxy Arm and Vest Kit with Redking Camera Stabilizer (B&H# FLCMGLXYRKQ) can be used to hold up the stabilizer such that the viewfinder of some (but not all) cameras mounted on it would be usable. If you need to raise the camera further then you might consider adding a riser plate or another other similar product such as the CAMVATE Quick Release Baseplate with 15mm Rod Clamp & Vertical Adjustment (B&H# CAC2649). See below: https://bhpho.to/3wn6mze
Answered by: Yoni
Date published: 2023-01-22

Will the vest and arm allow the use of different ...

Will the vest and arm allow the use of different gimbals (to upgrade the stabilizer in the future) but not have to replace the arm+vest? It looks like most arm systems out there have the same size mounting for stabilizers. Thank you!
Asked by: Grant
This GyroVu Universal Stabilizer Arm Post Adapter will allow you to use most gimbal stabilizers with this system. https://bhpho.to/2LRMKzi
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-01-13

Will this setup work with a BMPCC 5k setup?

Will this setup work with a BMPCC 5k setup?
Asked by: Steven
Yes, following unit will support a payload of 7.5 lbs.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2021-10-11

Can this be used with a Canon 80d?

Can this be used with a Canon 80d?
Asked by: Dustin
Yes, the FLYCAM Galaxy Arm and Vest Kit with Redking Camera Stabilizer can hold a Canon 80D.
Answered by: Nicholas
Date published: 2021-10-22

What is the thread count on the tightening nuts ...

What is the thread count on the tightening nuts for securing the weights to the base this system.
Asked by: Aaron
The length of the screw holding the counterweights is 63mm. It has a total count of 59 threads. The tightening nuts has a total of 8 threads count and it is 11mm tall.
Answered by: llinelva
Date published: 2021-07-05

Will this unit work with a Cannon 70D along with ...

Will this unit work with a Cannon 70D along with a zoom lens of 18-400mm attached?
Asked by: Matt
A Canon 70D with the 18-400mm is about 4-5 lbs. The FLYCAM Galaxy Arm and Vest Kit with Redking Camera Stabilizer and its Camera Stabilizer, 7.5 lb Maximum Load will have no trouble handling the payload.
Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2023-06-12

In reference to the springs, the spec description ...

In reference to the springs, the spec description states Blue Tension: 2.2-11 lb and red Tension: 11-22 lb. BUT not the product overview description is opposite as blue 11-22 lb and Red as 2.2 -22 lb. Which is it?
Asked by: Ross
Our web team has corrected the mistake. our apologies for the confusion.
Answered by: jabarih
Date published: 2021-08-31
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