A Camera Rig For Gimbal Support

Camera stabilization meets practical weight support with a small footprint

  • Ready Rig Gimbal support (GS) is a body mounted camera stabilizer that gives operators unprecedented freedom of movement, stability and comfort while shooting with Gimbal mounted Cameras.
  • Our patented gimbal support system utilizes four-point stabilization and two adjustable support rods to steady the camera, extend maneuverability, and achieve a variety of camera angles fluidly while enabling hands-free operation to pull focus, zoom or adjust camera settings.
  • An ergonomic and adjustable backpack design distributes the camera weight off the arms and onto the hips, maximizing comfort and minimizing fatigue.
  • Suggested weight capacity up to 30 lbs.
A Gimbal Support camera rig system

News & Updates

Demo at the factory

  • Come out to our factory with your gear to try out our rig!
  • We are based on the north end of Burbank right off the 5 FW
  • Meet the creators and take a look at how we do gimbal support.
  • Bring your setup and tryout our system before you buy.
  • Call 1-800-874-3098 Ex. 3 to set up an appointment.

IBC 2015

  • Partnered up with DJI for this years show, Alessandro will be doing a talk every hour at the booth in hall 9.
  • Looking forward to meeting all the wonderful people in Amsterdam stopping by this year!

Steven Gladstone

“At first look, it seems cumbersome and difficult to operate, but once you see the Ready Rig in action, it quickly becomes obvious how clever and useable the system really is. Once you set up the camera on the system, the rig supports the camera, and it seemingly just floats in front of you.”

Steven GladstoneB and H contributor
Kristen Jensen

“…so much flexibility, range and freedom in the field, I can lock focus, look at the person I’m interviewing, and actually have an engaging conversation, which you typically cannot do without having the help of a crew…with the Ready Rig, I can adjust my lighting while I’m talking, I can experiment with different angles.  All in all, it gave me much more confidence in being able to shoot all by myself.”

Kristen JensenVideographer