Innovative weight displacement system to save the backs of camera operators without impeding camera movement - Small size
Have the freedom of an untethered handheld camera without compromising your back health? The concept is simple: prevent spinal compression while allowing an operator to operate handheld like they would traditionally, without affecting the camera's movement or balance. 100% of the weight is transferred from your shoulder and back to your hips, bypassing your spine entirely. There is a way to handhold a camera ergonomically, and this is it.
Measure from your front hip point to the top middle of your shoulder. If you're less than 21" / 54cm order a small, otherwise order regular. Your front hip point is the part that feels like the tip of the triangle in your hip on the front side that is right around your belt line.
Fully accessorized Alexa 65 with anamorphics?
No problem. Want to go handheld with that "way too-heavy" zoom? Ergorig will support the weight for you. Made in Los Angeles and engineered to withstand set life job after job.
To keep your body safe, an orthopedic surgeon was consulted while designing Ergorig. It transfers weight off the shoulder and thoracic/lumbar vertebrae to the hips, which can support much more without danger of injury. You'll feel like you're barely carrying anything.
Ergorig's patent pending, sleek design is light weight, and doesn't extend out from your body. Run through doorways, sit down, stand up, crouch, spin around- it will support the weight without getting in your way.
Don't ignore your back's health. Take care of your body without affecting the quality of your work, and say goodbye to back pain and unnecessary health care costs.
Ergorig has been designed to be quickly adjusted to fit different body types, as well as adjusted on the fly to keep you comfortable take after take. Once fit to your body, a small adjustment to the front strut gives you that extra inch of height you needed.