Hague PS Pro Steadymount Camera Shoulder Rig

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The Hague PS Pro Camera Shoulder Rig is an alternative support to a tripod when steady shots are required. It may not always be convenient to use a tripod, as there may not be enough time to set one up, or you are constantly moving to a new position. This is when the Pro Camera Shoulder Rig is essential. It is ideal for events like weddings, interviews and corporate work.

The Pro Camera Shoulder Rig rests on either shoulder and has an adjustable support arm down to the abdomen, which gives maximum support for the camera, as the weight is distributed from the shoulder downwards to the waist. The camera fastens to a quick release camera plate, which is fully adjustable in all directions for the different sized cameras and enables the operator to set the camera in the required position.

For viewing you can either use the viewfinder or the flipout screen. The design allows plenty of room for the right hand to go through the handgrip of the camcorder to get to the cameras controls (on/off, stop/start, zoom in/out) or to focus on DSLR cameras. A handgrip on the front of the steadymount for the left hand helps support and control the direction of camera. 

Suitable for cameras up to 3kg.

Approx transit size: - L63cm. x W28cm. x H8cm.

Weight: - 900g.

Designed and manufactured by Hague Camera Supports | Nottingham | England

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  • 5
    So good I bought another one!

    Posted by Ben Dalglish on 27th Jul 2015

    This shoulder rig is an awesome piece of kit and in fact it's so good that I recommended it to a friend who bought one and then I bought another one for my company so we now have two. It is a perfect frame for filming with a DSLR camera. Firstly it is lightweight so it's very easy to keep on your shoulder all day and to carry around when filming at events. Secondly it achieves very good and steady results with 3 points of contact for support with the shoulder mount, the front handle and the bit that comes across the front at the bottom. Unlike other shoulder supports that don't have this extra bit at the bottom, you pretty much have to hold them the whole time unless you put them down on the floor or a table etc. However, with this rig because of the extra support at the bottom, you can actually go hands free and let it rest on your body when you need to adjust the camera or replace a battery or something like that. This frame has become an essential part of our videography kit and I would highly recommend it to anyone. Finally, the price is fantastic and it really is great value for money.

  • 4
    Helpful

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Oct 2014

    I use this product for interviews and its pretty good. I like it as its easy to move about with compared to a tripod.