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Proaim Airwave V520 Camera Shock Absorber Arm (11-44lb) for Ronin, Movi Gimbals

Payload: 5-20kg / 11-44lb | Clamping Range: Ø38 -42mm

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SKU : VI-ARWV-520

Now Capture the Perfect Dramatic Car-Chase Sequences!

Proaim Airwave V520 Camera Shock Absorber Arm (11-44lb) for Ronin, Movi Gimbals

Super Smooth Footage

Cut down unwanted vibrations and jerks from your tracking shots!

Proaim Airwave V520 Camera Shock Absorber Arm (11-44lb) for Ronin, Movi Gimbals

Compatible with most Gimbal Systems

The Versatile Arm ensures a secure attachment of Ronin, Movi, or most other Gimbal Systems in the market!

Proaim Airwave V520 Camera Shock Absorber Arm (11-44lb) for Ronin, Movi Gimbals

Calibrate to Your Needs

Adjustable Dampers to fine-tune your rig for optimal calibration!

Specifications

Construction

  High-Grade CNC Aluminum

Payload

  5kg-20kg / 11lb-44lb

Gimbal Mounting

  Universal Mounting Plate for Most of DJI Ronin and Freefly MoVi Gimbals

Speed Rail Compatibility

  Ø42 to 50mm Speed Rails

Dimensions

Proaim Airwave V520 Camera Shock Absorber Arm (11-44lb) for Ronin, Movi Gimbals

Product Weight (Without Packing)

  13kg / 28.6lb

In the Box

Proaim Airwave V520 Camera Shock Absorber Arm
Airwave V520 Vibration Arm Head With Dampener
Airwaves V520 Vibration Isolator

01.

Get Effortlessly Smooth Car-Mounted Shots!

Soften the blow of any harsh vibrations and jerks that may come your way with Proaim’s Airwave Vibration Isolator Arm, which is finely balanced & custom-designed, all while still being impressively economical.
The arm works in conjunction with a Gimbal and assists in reducing High & Low-Frequency Vibrations and Semi-Hard Impact Shocks.
It features custom dampeners and dual springs that absorb all high-frequency vibrations and low-frequency oscillations while reducing stress on your gimbal, which now only needs to stabilize a softened range of vibrations.
The arm's utmost ruggedness, strength, and versatility makes it the perfect choice for any filmmaker to shoot brilliant car chase action sequences.

Proaim Airwave V520 Camera Shock Absorber Arm (11-44lb) for Ronin, Movi Gimbals
Proaim Airwave V520 Camera Shock Absorber Arm (11-44lb) for Ronin, Movi Gimbals

02.

Perfect Damping & Peak Shock Absorption

The arm has an integrated damping system with two steering dampers for each axis in front and one hydraulic damper at the back that smoothen all the sudden jerks, vibrations, and movement caused by taking a sharp turn or sudden acceleration and deacceleration.
The dampeners have built-in damping adjustment knobs that fine-tune your rig for optimal calibration, suiting speed, and weight of your setup.
Furthermore, it has a cradle shock-absorbing head with an in-built universal mounting plate that further sustains excessive shock from fast-moving vehicles or uneven terrain.

03.

Quick, Easy & Reliable Setup

The Airwave 520 Arm can be securely attached to a Ø38 to 42mm Scaffold Pole or Speed Rail with a quick-lock Scaff Mechanism, which is highly robust and stable.
You can rig the gimbal directly to the isolator arm via the built-in universal mounting plate, which is compatible with major gimbal systems like DJI Ronin 2, Freefly Systems- Movi Pro, etc.
The arm also has built-in Quick Release for toolless installation in seconds.
And with the advantage of quick release, you can switch the V520 arm from under to over operation and vice versa, capturing the best possible perspective.

Proaim Airwave V520 Camera Shock Absorber Arm (11-44lb) for Ronin, Movi Gimbals
Proaim Airwave V520 Camera Shock Absorber Arm (11-44lb) for Ronin, Movi Gimbals

04.

Compact and Safe Flight Case

The Proaim Airwave V520 Vibration Isolator System comes securely packed in a hard-shell, waterproof, rolling Flight case with custom foam inserts to ensure full protection for the Arm.
The compact case is easy to carry to different sets and locations.


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