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Glidecam XR-PRO Handheld Camera Stabilizer

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Glidecam XR-PRO Handheld Camera Stabilizer
Key Features
  • 10 lb Payload
  • Three-Axis Gimbal with Foam Handgrip
  • Dynamic Camera Balance Platform
  • Toolless 14-25" Telescoping Center Post
Capture smooth, steady footage with a variety of cameras up to 10 lb with the XR-PRO Handheld Camera Stabilizer from Glidecam. Featuring a three-axis gimbal and foam handgrip, this stabilizer will make it easy to capture professional-looking handheld footage. It has a dynamic camera balance platform and a toolless 14-25" telescopic center post for balancing most cameras and can easily be used for panning, tilting, booming, or running. The plate has 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threads for working with a variety of cameras and the base platform has a 1/4"-20 thread for connecting an additional accessory, such as a monitor. Additionally, the aluminum stabilizer comes with an assortment of counter weights to ensure a perfect balance.
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Can some tell me the difference between the xr-pro and the hd2000? Using a canon 80d 18-135mm .. thanks
Asked by: Omar S.
The principal difference between the two is the payload capacity. The XR-PRO can carry 10 lbs and the HD2000 can do 2-6 lbs. Your Canon 80D with a 18-135mm lens is well within the capability of the HD2000.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-12-28

Are you suppose to have image stabilization in ...

Are you suppose to have image stabilization in the camera turned on when using the Glidecam?
Asked by: Greg
There is no right or wrong answer here. However, if you notice any unwanted shaking, then it may be advantages to turn on the camera's stabilization. Depending on the camera's method of stabilization, it may crop the sensor slightly. That is something to consider before deciding.
Answered by: Peterm
Date published: 2022-11-29

What is the difference in this and the flycam ...

What is the difference in this and the flycam redking
Asked by: Carter
The Glidecam is the brand that created this stabilizer style.
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2020-08-17

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What is the total weigh of this? I am concerned it will be too heavy with a Nikon D800. Thanks!
Asked by: Patricia H.
I use Canon 1DX Mark II and weigh, but not so much.
Answered by: Georgi S.
Date published: 2022-02-05

Does this work with very light mirrorless cameras ...

Does this work with very light mirrorless cameras like the Sony a7riii with standard zoom lens?
Asked by: Sarah
Yes, this has weights for the top and bottom to counterbalance the different sizes of cameras that may be used. See this video if you are concerned: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=819wmf6-FJY&t=2s
Answered by: Stuart
Date published: 2019-12-11

Will this work with a Canon XA30 and a 7” ...

Will this work with a Canon XA30 and a 7” monitor?
Asked by: Rich
Yes, it falls within the payload (weight) limits. There's a mounting hole on the bottom of the Glidecam for a video monitor. I would guess it will be a little more complex to balance with a video monitor at the bottom, but it should work. It takes practice to get everything balanced and to use the steadicam, I'm still learning.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-01-20

I have a Sony A7C and Sony 20mm f1.8 & 24-105 f4. ...

I have a Sony A7C and Sony 20mm f1.8 & 24-105 f4. How difficult is it to rebalance in the field when switching between lenses with a significant weight difference?
Asked by: Aaron
Using a stabilizer like the Glidecam XR-PRO Handheld Camera Stabilizer is a skill that is acquired from diligent practice. As you learn, the felicity to adjust balance becomes second nature and is an expected part of the process. In the end you get beautiful, organic moves.
Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2022-02-18

Will this work for a GH7? I know it's pretty ...

Will this work for a GH7? I know it's pretty light and this is my first Glidecam purchase.
Asked by: Darren
Yes it should. The XR-Pro has a load capacity between 0 to 10 pounds, you are able to use light weight cameras with this stabilizer.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-05-22
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