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Easyrig Minimax with Cinema Flex Vest

BH #EAMMCB44154 • MFR #ERIG-MINIMAX-CF
Easyrig
Easyrig Minimax with Cinema Flex Vest
Key Features
  • Flex Vest Designed for Female Operators
  • Additional Padding, More Adjustability
  • 4.4 to 15.4 lb Payload
  • Lockable Camera Hook with Spring
The Easyrig Minimax with Cinema Flex Vest combines the Minimax with a vest designed for female camera operators. The vest is slightly smaller in size than the standard one, and it is reinforced with additional padding while also providing adjustability at multiple points. The Minimax system supports loads between 4.4 and 15.4 lb and is useful for stabilizing the load while taking the weight off the operator's arms. Redistributing the weight through the body harness, it's ideal for applications that require extensive handheld operation. The support rope, while transferring the weight to the harness, also adds a point of contact, reducing vibrations.
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