GiniRigs Ultra Core Support System Price Drop

June 20th, 2016
GiniRigs Ultra Core Support System Price Drop

Note: It has come to our attention that the product reported about at the end of this article is a 1:1 copy of a product invented by the Swedish company Flowcine.

The Flowcine Serene is a two axis spring arm that attaches at the end of the popular Easyrig, also a product copied by the Chinese manufacturer mentioned in this article.

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Original Flowcine Spring Arm

The products by the copycat manufacturer mentioned in this article have not been tested and are in violation with patent laws. They might also be dangerous and come with no support, so we strongly recommend to only get the originals.

We are sorry for any inconvenience caused to other people who were not aware of the copycat nature of the device. Please be careful when you shop for this product online as there are other copycat resellers who advertise the product as an original.

For more information on the original product go to flowcine.com

The Ultra Core support system for 3-axis gimbal stabilizers takes a massive $900 price cut!

Gimbals and stabilizers are becoming commonplace in many filmmakers and videographers kit bags. The results of smooth, flowing motion are pleasing to the eye, but operating a heavy camera-stabilizer setup for long periods of time is hefty work, straining both arm and back muscles.

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The Ultra Core support system from GiniRigs alleviates the strain on arms, shoulders and back. It has taken a big price cut down from $1499.00 to $579.00! Its recommended maximum load capacity is up to 10kg, enough for a MoVI M10 and production camera.

The support system itself is a backpack style support that uses an over-hanging, spring loaded cable to transfer the weight of the camera kit from the arms, shoulders and back, to your core. Distributing the load much more evenly across the body. This allows you to operate the camera and stabilizer with comfort and for a longer period of time.

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You can also get a FREE Ultra Core Spring Arm ($799.00) when you purchase the whole kit too, which aids in stabilizing the Y-axis.

This bundle package would usually come in at over $2000.00, so it’s a good deal, especially if you were left aching from your last video shoot!

I’ve never used any of GiniRig’s products before let alone this Ultra Core support. Have you? What are your thoughts on it?

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Benjamin Cotton
Benjamin Cotton
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I’ve had my eye on this for a while. I am waiting to hear something about it before buying. I am yet to find anyone online who has it or a review.

Frederik Watzka
Frederik Watzka
GuestJune 21st, 2016

there are no product videos.. so why I should invest in something looks like “easyrig” but I dont know something about the quality..

Federico Vitali
Federico Vitali
GuestJune 23rd, 2016

No info on web..

 Chan Park
Chan Park
MemberJuly 7th, 2016

Actually…there seems to be NO patents on this gear globally. Have you searched at all? Or are you just taking their word for it? There are a bunch of companies making this stuff probably because there isn’t actually a filed patent at all. Maybe the “originators” are claiming to have one just so they can price gouge. If so, as a consumer I would be pissed seeing that it doesn’t cost that much to produce and its obviously not difficult if everyone has their own version. I would be curious to see if you could actually find the patent. LOL.

 Chan Park
Chan Park
MemberJuly 7th, 2016

FYI…if they are falsely claiming a patent or “patent pending” then they are also liable for serious penalties.

Tim Naylor
MemberJuly 29th, 2017

Chan, you must have a stake in the copy cat company, why else would you defend blatant IP theft. You damn well know Constantine TRinizids came up with this product long before the copycat as well as the the original EZ rig.. They copied every nut, bolt and spec. You, I mean they, took the name Flowcine Serene word for word. Thieves.

Aside from DJI what is with the Asian culture of shameless IP theft? It really puts a damper on future innovation.

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