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The Most Compact Shoulder Rig Setup.

The highly-anticipated Pivot Shoulder Rig was specifically designed for run-n-gun filmmakers looking for an ultra-lightweight and minimal, yet rugged, shoulder rig solution. Weighing in at under 4lbs, Pivot features over 6 shooting modes and fully tool-less operation, allowing you to transition from shot to shot seamlessly in seconds.

Ready For Action

Quick-Release Plate

The Pivot riser features a quick-release mechanism allowing for lightning-fast video plate install/removal.

Minimal & Lightweight

The entire rig (video plate included) weighs in at under 4lbs and folds down to fit in most medium/large camera backpacks.

Tool-Free Operation

From over-the-shoulder to chest press, Pivot switches between shooting modes in seconds.

Shooting Modes & Setups

Compact

Designed to fit in a backpack water bottle side pouch or be strapped to the side. This mode allows Pivot
to fold down into a small footprint for easy storage.

Setup/Pit-Crew

Flipping the handles and shoulder pad in a downward position allows Pivot to be placed on the ground
with three secure points of contact, enabling easy lens swaps and camera adjustments.

On-Shoulder

Standard shoulder rig positioning with the camera weight centered over the shoulder. This provides the
most comfort and stability when using heavy setups.

Over-Shoulder

By swinging the lower pad 90-degrees Pivot will wrap the pad over the shoulder. This greatly improves
stability and helps tremendously with one-handed operation when needed.

Chest Press

Essentially the same setup as "over-shoulder", but instead of placing Pivot up and over the shoulder, the pad
is used as a contact point with the chest/stomach/hip. Great for stable low-angle shots.

On-Tripod

By removing the shoulder pad, rods, grips, and exposing the lower video plate, Pivot can be quickly mounted
to a video tripod with an appropriate head, saving time when transitioning from on-shoulder to sticks.

Engineered For Run-N-Gun Filmmakers