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    Dvtec's DvMultiRigPro Review
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    very nice...thanks.
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    I'm guessing an adapter + hvx setup would be too heavy?


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by StMad
    I'm guessing an adapter + hvx setup would be too heavy?
    It will not be too heavy just totaly out of balance and "extremely uncomfortable"
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    Danny,
    Will you have an upgrade for the DVRigPro?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbdv
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    Will you have an upgrade for the DVRigPro?
    the "Classic" DvRigPro will be still available. the new DvRigPro HD will be an
    addition to our line and will carry all cameras including 35mm setups, XL 1-2 and
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    A little confusing is that the review is handling the multirigpro and that the answer is handling the dvrigpro and dvrigpro HD, these are different products and not reviewed above. Maybe a picture from the latter to show it?
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    Their site has a multitude of pictures of all 3 units, accompanied by descriptions and/or video. Check the link above.

    One thing not mentioned on their site, or in the review, is the estimated or actual payload capacity of the multirig. It has a whole lot of accessory mounts on it so I assume it is meant to be outfitted if necessary, but being a support rod style rig, I'm curious as to how much can it take.

    Thanks in advance for the info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danny
    It will not be too heavy just totaly out of balance and "extremely uncomfortable"
    Danny,

    With my Brevis and HVX mounted on rails the balance is almost perfectly centred. So I don't think that would be an issue. The setup weighs 9lbs. Are you sure that much weight isn't an issue? I'm especially interested in the Stabiliser Plus mode (out in front on the rod).

    I'm leaning toward the multirig pro based on its versatility and price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StMad
    Danny,

    With my Brevis and HVX mounted on rails the balance is almost perfectly centred. So I don't think that would be an issue. The setup weighs 9lbs. Are you sure that much weight isn't an issue? I'm especially interested in the Stabiliser Plus mode (out in front on the rod).

    I'm leaning toward the multirig pro based on its versatility and price.

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