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    This looks very good! Does there happen to be a dvxuser discount?

    Thanks!

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    The best thing to do would be to contact Danny and ask him. I'm not sure if he offers dvxuser discounts or not to be honest.

    But, either way... it's a solid product.

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    50 % on the Velcro padded support waist belt. That's about 5 % from the total
    MultiRigPro cost.

    When ordering on-line, Print your DVXUSER user name in the remarks box.
    Danny Natovich

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    is the DvRigPro HD for sale yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bilgami View Post
    is the DvRigPro HD for sale yet?
    Sure, www.dvtec.tv/store
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    how difficult would it be to put some wheels on the dvrig pro hd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bilgami View Post
    how difficult would it be to put some wheels on the dvrig pro hd?

    Its quit easy if you are friendly with simple hardware and tools.
    Danny Natovich

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    For those who have tried both the DVRig Pro and the DVMultiRig Pro - which one did you prefer?

    Obviously the Multi can be configured differently as required, but is the footage from each equal (steady)? I was impressed with some of the footage from the demo - quite acceptable for "handheld" shots.

    I just have the budget for one of these two, and was wondering which to go with? BTW, I've got an HVX - no 35mm adapter (yet).


     

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    I haven't tried the DVrig Pro, so I can't compare. They seem kind of different beasts, though.

    One thing. I like the multirig b/c of it's portability. I could fold that thing up and put it in my camera bag and take it on the plane with me to indonesia... That was a great thing.

    So much so, that now that I'm using a 35 adapter for the first time, and it can't bear the load, I was wondering if I might be able to still use it. I emailed Danny and asked about stronger springs for the support rod. He has 'em and they are like 5 bucks a piece. There are two springs in the rod. Replace one if you need a little extra weight bearing, or both if you need a lot. I got both and 10 bucks shipping, so it's like 20 bucks for them. I also got the belt for the support rod.

    that said, when I get this stuff, I'm going to be doing some more extensive testing with the rig, and test it with the 35 adapter, adn will report back. I'll probably just do a whole new (better) article about it, and post some footy and all too.

    Anyways, one thing: multirigpro is super portable when not in use, and is configurable. The ability to get stronger springs for the support rod may make it very viable for 35 adapter use as well. I'll report back in a few weeks or so.

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    Thanks Jason. I was going to PM you directly (As you are the author of the article) but ultimately decided to ask the question of everyone.

    I had planned on getting a DVRig Pro until reading the article about the MultiRig. I think the DVRig Pro looks solid, but the Multi offers greater versatility.

    I was hoping someone had tried them both so they could make their own comparison/comments.

    Looking forward to your revised review, Jason.


     

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