The red sliding top plate offers easy adjust-ability for lens changes, removing your camera, and balancing your rig correctly on your shoulder. This sliding plate combined with a double screw track offers 10” of camera balance sliding range. You can quickly release your camera from the rig by sliding the red plate completely off and using our VCT Pro Dock to quickly transition it to a tripod, slider, etc.
The lightweight, adjustable rod mount is set far back in the plate, offering plenty of accessory-capable area under the camera lens. This allows you to position your camera further back on the plate, keeping the balance point of your rig directly over your shoulder. The sliding track of the rod riser offers 25mm of vertical adjustment. (Alternate Tall Rod Riser offering up to 45mm of vertical adjustment - for RED cameras - is available. Contact email@example.com for more information.)
The shoulder pad portion of the VCT Universal is set as far forward on the plate as possible, also to maximize your accessory capable rod area and aid with balance. The VCT Universal Baseplate is the core of our Next Generation Recoil rigs, designed for balance and comfort for every camera.
Keeping the camera low prevents already tall cameras from being too top heavy. With our VCT, the distance from the bottom of your camera to your shoulder is just 3/4 inch.
14.25” x 4.25” x 2” (LxWxH) with 6.5” rods
Two quick releasable 6.5” rods included
Weighs 960 grams
One Arri M6 rosette on right side of VCT Pro
Two quick-release rod ports in the back
Wide gel-polymer shoulder pad
One ¼ 20 & ⅜ 16 removable screws included
Lightweight adjustable rod mount
Over 10” of camera balance sliding range
Up to 25mm of vertical adjustment
Unique sliding top plate to quickly adjust for lens changes or to release the camera from your rig
Unique design creates more accessory rod capable area
V-wedge style tripod connector or directly mount your tripod plate via ¼ 20 & ⅜ 16 screw holes
¼ 20 screw holes along the side for accessory mounting options
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