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  1. #1 Introducing STEADYARM - SOLO 










    The Steady Arm Shock Absorbing Arm is a state of the art damping system. It is composed of the main arm spring, three adjustable hydraulic support rods and the swing frame composed of 4 steel wire shock absorbers.

    The main arm can handle all kinds of filming environments and can be installed on cars, ships, snowmobiles or any other type of vehicle.

    Used to withstand vibration from high-speed vehicles or uneven terrain; providing maximum shock absorption and stability from 360-degree vibration.

    It can be mounted to a standard 48-52mm pipe/rod system with the two clamps that come with the stabilizing arm. The shock absorbers under the swing frame are equipped to accept standard 1/4 and 3/8 mounts. This allows the user to utilize the installation and use of other three-axis stabilization systems such as Movi and Ronin2.

    Easy twist knob adjustment of a powerful single Ti-steel spring that can take 10-25 KG payload; no need to swap spring or dampening system.

    - 180 degrees of single-axis freedom
    - Aluminum alloy construction
    - Max payload: 25kg
    - Total weight under 8 kg
    - 3 separate sets of suspension
    - 3 mounting options
    - 3 axis multiple mounting points
    - 6 axis shock absorbing
    - Hydraulic spring dampener
    - Mounting range 48-52mm
    - 360-degree vibration stability

    Check out our new STEADYARM – SOLO Lightweight 6 Axis Shock Absorbing Stabilizer

    Last edited by Nathan Richards; 07-10-2019 at 09:59 AM.
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    Senior Member Ketch Rossi's Avatar
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    Looks like a great system,
    Are the separate Suspensions its main difference from a Black Arm type system?
    Or there is more than meet the eye Nathan?
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    Thank you for your inquiry. We at Cinegears have not used the Flowcine Black Arm. There does appear to be some notable differences. The Black Arm is a dual spring system that is a bit heavier and more complicated to set up than the Steady Arm. The Steady Arm is a solo spring system utilizing one main spring (easy to use) that doesn't need to be replaced or swapped out. The spring adjustment is easy and the adjustment knob is a bit larger. The hydraulic suspension is adjustable on the Steady Arm as well, independent of the main spring. The Steady Arm supported weight is 55lbs compared to the Black Arm which is 11lbs-70lbs depending on configuration. The 55lbs is standard on the Steady Arm compared to 28lbs standard on Black Arm. The Steady Arm is designed to be more flexible, easy mount, and easy transport at a price point of $4,200 USD whereas the Black Arm is hovering around $6,824.00.
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    Thanks for the pointers.

    As we are considering couple of units, this will help with the decision with which to go with.
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