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The new “zero-g”

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#1 Antonio


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Posted 25 October 2005 - 07:43 AM

Dear members,

We have just finished our new series of our ActionCam, the ?zero-g? line. We rely on a 10 year enduring great customer sadisfaction and personal service. This is an easy task for us, because we´re not only producing, but also working ourself daily with the units, that´s why we know the customer expectations very well. Our product is based on an high quality development, production and field testing. Customers trust our good reputation and individualised set-up of our units.

Please take a look at our homepage www.actionproducts.ch to see our activity in innovation with the integrated video- and battery-connectors directly in the dove- and battery plates. This innovative technology is unique in the market and we are planing even more for the future.

You can visit us on our new homepage to get more informations about us and our products. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

Best Regards,

Your ActionProducts - team
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#2 mattmarek


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Posted 26 October 2005 - 02:41 AM

a quote from your website:

ActionCam® is challenging camera stabilization at a new approach featuring the ultra strong, most reliable spring arm ever invented

can you ellaborate on this please?

i would also change the picture you have, to one where the operator is holding the gimbal correctly and the sled appears level.

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#3 Stephen Press

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Posted 27 October 2005 - 04:06 AM

I wouldn?t sweat the web site, it?s still under construction. I?ve been flying the old AS Actioncam since 1997 and it still kicks ass. If I wasn?t stuck all the way down here in New Zealand I'd be trying to get my paws on one of the Zero-G?s, Brian is a genius and it shows in the construction of his rigs. If they say it?s ultra strong and the most reliable spring arm ever invented then you better believe it. ;)
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#4 Brian D. Goff

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Posted 27 October 2005 - 02:38 PM

m, it's always been my goal to keep the actioncam construction simple and therefore reliable. The zero-g arm has few parts and all milled out of blocks of "aircraft" aluminum - very few screws to keep all together. There are no wires or canisters for the springs, just one straight connection between the spring packs, and these are made of standard industrial springs, guaranteed not to wear out for life. With 76.3 lb. load, one of the strongest. And critical joints all with sealed bearings.


PS: I was out on a shoot the day they made the pictures for the web - antonio had the rig on for the first time in his life - not bad considering that:) - new "corrected" pictures next weekjava script:emoticon(':)',%20'smid_3')
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