The ergonomic evolution of handheld
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.
What’s amazing to me is how the camera sits level on the shoulder. There’s no tendency for the camera to slide down or any need to tighten muscles to compensate for the slope of your own shoulder. With the Ergorig, the weight of the camera is distributed to the body making long handheld takes much more comfortable.
You throw a camera on your Ergorig and the first thing you think is, ‘Where did the weight go?’ The ergorig is comfortable, adjustable, and doesn’t restrict movement.
Dave Hirschmann, SOC
Veep, Good Girls, Kevin from Work
The Ergorig is a great relief from your normal aches of handheld camera operating. It allows you to work in the way you are used to while preventing back pain.
Spencer Hutchins, SOC
Scream Queens, Step Up: High Water, Stan Against Evil
Andrew Mitchell, SOC
Glee, American Crime Story, Feud
Designed with the health of the Camera Operator as a priority without affecting camera movement and control.
Removable nonskid pad
Independently adjustable midriff plate/strap
Quick height adjustments
- Easily broken down for travel, can fit in your suitcase
- 1/4 or 1/2 apple "built into your shoulder" when you need that extra height
- Lightweight at only 5 lbs
- Set bag included
Rear strut re-mountable for different body types