The ergonomic evolution of handheld
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SOCIETY OF CAMERA OPERATORS 2022 TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNER

BEST CAMERA SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY

 

IT TAKES THE WEIGHT, YOU JUST OPERATE.

  We can now have the freedom of an untethered handheld camera without compromising our back health. The concept is simple: prevent spinal compression while allowing an operator to operate handheld like they would traditionally, without affecting the camera's movement or balance. 100% of the weight is transferred from your shoulder and back to your hips, bypassing your spine entirely. There is a way to handhold a camera ergonomically, and this is it.

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Jamie Stephens
Chris Stiles
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CenterFit

 You spoke and we listened. We are committed to Ergorigs fitting all body types, and after a lot of feedback from women operators since our release, we would like to introduce you to the new Ergorig CenterFit. This redesign offers the same weight transfer and Undersling hookup as the original Ergorig, but with the front strut sitting in the center of your chest for added comfort.

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