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    hello there.

    Even so this forum isnt very much steadicam related , I thought I post all the cool gear we have been working for the last year , for both steadicam, and steadicam related tools and some cool videos and renders.

    First off is the X-BONE made for all pro vests , EXO-VEST, EXO-LIGHT, AP-VEST, WALTER KLASSEN VEST.
    The X -bone is a back mount arm that introduces and new connection position for your arm, in order to be able to have

    1) a more comfortable weight distribution with a much smaller side arm footprint

    2) greater tilt and roll socket block adjustments for your arm by knob.

    3)spring retrack mechanism for easy connection and operation

    the X bone works with all standard socket block professional arms , 3A,G50,G70, PRO-GPI,AP, SACHTLEL

    Here is a small first video after assembly

    https://www.facebook.com/konstantino...7895455658525/


    Next project is the X-ARM, a new design arm, that is friction-less, smooth and quiet with great performance for loads up to 32kgr. here is a cool render of the final product.

    https://www.facebook.com/konstantino...7821873939028/

    We have been also finishing out 5 inch DAYBRIGHT 1200 nits monitor , super light that will be introduced together with the Orasis head mount.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BEymVPUz...en-by=flowcine

    we have intoduced the Black arm that has started shipping and at Cinegear we will be introducing the Dual Black arm that will cover all of the most expensive gyroheads iin the world , like the Shotover K1, Scorpio head etc. If you are at cinegear you will see both Black arm and Dual Black arm

    https://www.facebook.com/63281576675...364169/?type=3

    We will also start offering our vibration isolator mounts that have been tested for both under slung and upright compression with a great isolation , tested with X sense sensors . here is a related picture
    https://www.instagram.com/p/BEp9Ea-T...en-by=flowcine

    Last is something I have been working for over a year now. A new Support system that will offer the smallest footprint in the market, the best high and low mode, and the best Z axis vertical stability. not for viewing yet due to obvious reasons.

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    Constantine Tirintzis
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    Sounds great!
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    That "last something" makes me really curious ! ;)
    So that would be a replacement for the Easyrig + serene + puppeteer combo to support existing gimbals ? Or is it also a replacement for a gimbal ?
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    What is eta on this "last something"? When can we see what it is?
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    patience and time is my moto.

    if you want something good from the start, and 100%

    cheers
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    In the mean time.... we are ....... shipping the Black Arm-y ...as from today

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    Nice!! Can't wait till I get my black arm! Already installed a front hitch mount on my 4runner and built up my mounts!
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    Tests with the new X-BONE back mount for the Exo-vest and G50 arm from TIFFEN. Now I can do DJ on both sides with out effort or folding 180 degree arm sections hitting each other like you normally get with a front mount, and I can use all of the boom range in all positions. regards..







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    The concept of the X -bone back mount test with the exo vest and G50 tiffen arm.
    X-bone flowcine back mount VS exo-vest front mount.

    Results - more freedom in motion , better arm articulation folding, better weight distribution, easy connection and adjustment with much bigger adjustments ange in both socket block tilt and roll.
    last final redesign soon available for AP back mount vest and Walter Klassen vest.

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    Lovely engineering Constantine!
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