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    Hi Guys,

    What gimbal are you using for the c300 mkii?

    Do you have any pictures of your setup you could share?

    Thanks


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    I was trying to get the allsteady setup to use with the C300. I wonder how small of a stabilizer I can get away with on using with the C300? The Allsteady is pretty big and traveling makes it a bit of a pain


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    I use mine on a Ronin. Standard setup is an 18-80 t/4.4 with a baseplate and it can fit without extensions. Sometimes I do need to add weight to the back to push it forward a bit.


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    I have a Helix standard for my C300mk2 . I mostly use primes 24-35 and a tokina 11-16 if I need something wide. I have right side handle that incorporates the C300 hand grip so camera controls are right there in my hand. This rig is designed for one man operation and a small - one pelican - travel case.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Smith View Post
    I have a Helix standard for my C300mk2 . I mostly use primes 24-35 and a tokina 11-16 if I need something wide. I have right side handle that incorporates the C300 hand grip so camera controls are right there in my hand. This rig is designed for one man operation and a small - one pelican - travel case.
    Do you have a photo of your setup? Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by cpreston View Post
    I use mine on a Ronin. Standard setup is an 18-80 t/4.4 with a baseplate and it can fit without extensions. Sometimes I do need to add weight to the back to push it forward a bit.
    Do you have to enhance your biceps with hydraulics to lift and hold that load steady Chuck? You must be pushing 20-25lbs?
    It's a business first and a creative outlet second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by puredrifting View Post
    Do you have to enhance your biceps with hydraulics to lift and hold that load steady Chuck? You must be pushing 20-25lbs?
    I should have added that I use a Ready Rig and Cinemilled Pro Ring set up. It is the same basic set-up as was used for all of the marketing for the Ronin 2. I have the whole thing preassembled in a Pelican 1690 case. I can pretty much shoot all day and it doesn't feel cumbersome, but it isn't a travel kit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cpreston View Post
    I should have added that I use a Ready Rig and Cinemilled Pro Ring set up. It is the same basic set-up as was used for all of the marketing for the Ronin 2. I have the whole thing preassembled in a Pelican 1690 case. I can pretty much shoot all day and it doesn't feel cumbersome, but it isn't a travel kit.
    I suspected the same but thanks for confirming it.
    It's a business first and a creative outlet second.
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    DSCF1796 s.jpgYep. I think I'm inserting a photo but I can't tell for sure...
    Last edited by Mark Smith; 01-13-2019 at 05:42 PM.


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