Adorama Rolls Out Flashpoint ZeroGrav Camera Stabilizer

by on March 19, 2013

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Flashpoint ZeroGrav

Adorama has released a new Steadicam-style video camera stabilizer under its Flashpoint in-house brand. The Flashpoint ZeroGrav appears to be a close reproduction of the Glidecam HD-2000, which is about the right build for HDSLR rigs.  Notably, the ZeroGrav has a bigger load range of 2.2-11lbs capacity, while the Glidecam HD-2000 is rated 2-6lbs.

ZeroGrav

I’m a big fan of the Glidecam rigs and I own the older Glidecam 2000 Pro. I find the lower-end rigs from Glidecam easier to pick up and start operating than the Steadicam Merlin units, which seem to have a higher learning curve.

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Adorama has really been busy building out the Flashpoint line of HDSLR accessories lately. If the Flashpoint ZeroGrav performs on par with the Glidecam rigs, this looks to be a nice deal at only a $300 price tag (the Glidecam HD-2000 runs $479).

You can find the Flashpoint ZeroGrav here at Adorama. Also available is a full vest for the ZeroGrav unit.

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