Easyrig Minimax (2-7kg)

Full day rate: $75.00

Total including 5% insurance & 10% GST : $86.63

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Product Description

With Easyrig's new Minimax, the new & improved spring system has resulted in a significantly smoother running of the support rope, specifically to the beginning & end of the rope's travel. This is down to a revolutionary a conical wheel that unrolls the rope. Working in conjunction with this, Easyrig have also reduced the friction through the entire support process resulting in a much more fluid feel & operation.

The new Easyrig Minimax also has an new overload protection system. If the user overloads the spring system a tripping mechanism will activate. This means the spring will not be broken if you use too heavy a camera.

Another major difference from the previous model Easyrig Mini is the pivoting upper arm which is now similar to big brother Easyrig 3 Cinema.

The Easyrig Minimax has been created specifically with the latest generation of light weight cameras in mind & offers the same innovative features as its larger brother - The Easyrig.

The ergonomically designed Easyrig Minimax is the most comfortable way to support your camera & eliminates the fatigue associated with long periods of hand held operation. It is the perfect partner for compact video cameras, video DSLRs & lightweight film cameras.

Cameras 2-7kgs:

To give examples of the heaviest cameras the Easyrig Minimax can support; Sony FX9 inc EVF & HandGrip, Battery (98Wh), Media, Lightweight Matte-Box, Sigma 24-70mm Art Lens or Sony 28-135mm Zoom Lens.

The EasyTilt is a good companion to the Easyrig Minimax (2-7kg) & Tilta Advanced Ring Grip for RS 2/3 Pro

Tech Specs:

  • Vest: Standard
  • Load Range: 2-7 kg (4.4-15.5 lbs)
  • Weight: 3.4 kg (7.5 lbs)
  • Suspension line length: 110 cm (43.3")
  • Height: Mounted: 91-99 cm (36-39"), Folded: 66 cm (26")
  • Width: Mounted: 81-140 cm (32-55”), Folded: 29 cm (11.4”)
  • Depth: Mounted: 25cm (9.8”), Folded: 16 cm (6.3”)

How does Hire work?

For a trouble free experience please follow these steps.

Step 1:Explore the options then add your gear to the Camera Bag. If what you’re after is not listed please add it in comments or simply Contact Us.

Step 2:View your Camera Bag & select the date & duration of the hire including the desired collection time.

Step 3:Once you're done review your Camera Bag & add any special requirements in the Message field. Urban Cine will follow up with questions &/or answer your questions.

Step 4:Submit to request a quote. You'll receive a copy. Urban Cine will send you a formal quote if required.

Step 5:Pick Up & Return: Typically after 2:00pm the day before the hire, & by 11:00am the day after the hire. Picking up the day before gives you the opportunity to familiarise yourself with the equipment & check that everything is in order before your shoot the next day.

Step 6:Payment: For new customers payment is required prior or on collection. If you have a history with Urban Cine a credit account may be offered.

Step 7:Insurance & ID: To ensure insurance for hired equipment is valid Urban Cine Pty. Ltd. asks you to verify your identity. By doing so you are supplying the required 100 points of ID. This will protect both you the Hirer & Urban Cine Pty. Ltd. You will receive a text message. Just follow the prompts. For more info see OCR Labs IDKit

Step 8:Using Equipment: It’s fair & reasonable to expect the hirer has the skillset to use equipment in a respectful & professional manner.

Step 9:Report Issues: Please report equipment failures & breakages. Feedback is important. If you’re experiencing issues with equipment on set please call us asap. Often issues can be rectified over the phone.

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