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Ready Rig For Gimbal and Handheld

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#1 Iain Baird

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Posted 08 October 2017 - 04:50 PM

Age is creeping up on me so I've been experimenting with different assistive harnesses for hand held work, which I find exponentially harder on the body than Steadicam. A few friends have had great success operating handheld with the Ready Rig it but it never quite clicked for me. I purchased the GS with the PRO arms about a year ago and have only used it a few times. I've seen it in action and know the results have been positive for some but unfortunately not for me. I've since purchased an Easy Rig with the Serene addition (far pricier) and find it far more to my liking.


This is a link to the product, it's mainly designed for Gimbal work but can be used for all sorts of applications. I've even seen used to hold a Wave 1 handheld rig.




I paid $2,600 US new and I'm asking $2,200 plus shipping. Comes with a custom bag from Ready Rig.


Photos to follow.



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#2 Randy Nolen

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Posted 16 October 2017 - 06:33 PM

Hi Iain, Is your Ready-Rig still available? Can you send pictures?


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#3 Iain Baird

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Posted 16 October 2017 - 08:38 PM

The READY RIG has sold, thank you



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#4 Grayson Austin

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Posted 18 October 2017 - 07:30 PM

I've got one available for sale if you are looking. Latest version with the pro arms. As new/unused.
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