Comfort Arm & Vest for Flycam 5000/3000

Professional body-mounted camera stabilization system designed for cameras weighing up to 5lbs to 7lbs. An Articulated Arm system is designed to absorb shocks and bumps. It is durable, and lightweight. Comfort Arm & Vest

offers further cutting edge technology. It is complemented by the arm and lightweight vest. It is engineered to accommodate a wide range of both lightweight television cameras and also lightweight 16mm and 35mm film cameras.
Kit Includes:
Comfort Arm
Comfort Vest

An Articulated Arm system is designed to absorb shocks and bumps. It is durable, and lightweight. The Shock Absorber Spring Adjustable for taking high end and low end shots.

The arm incorporates eight precision bearings within its machined aluminum structure which allow Arm to pivot and boom very smoothly with virtually no noise.

The arm has a manually adjustable tensioning spring which maintains the position of the stabilizer depending on the combined weight of whatever camcorder and stabilizer you're using. The arm itself articulates on eight sealed bearings, is very light in weight and easily removed from the vest. There's a universal stabilizer mount which is inserted and locked into the arm without the need for tools.

The Vest-Arm Connector has been increased in its length for controlling the arm more comfortably.

COMFORT VEST
The Comfort Vest has been upgraded in its complete back and front foam padded. The Comfort Vest is very versatile and very light-weight that makes you comfortable while long term shootings. The Comfort Vest has front arm mounting system that eliminates the pain arises during shooting.
Features of Comfort Vest :
Height Adjustment as per the different body sizes
Four attachment points for its suspension system
A wide lower "belt" secured by velcro.
Fully Back and Shoulder Padded
Front Arm Mounting System
Fully foam paded chest support
Specifications :
Light Weight
Colour : Black
Front Arm Mounting eliminates fatigue
Fits to all body sizes
Easy to wear and take off
 
Basically, you'll spend a few minutes the first time you put this thing on in order to get it comfortable. Once you've tightened all the straps, you shouldn't have to change anything (unless somebody else wears it)... just use the quick-release buckles to slip it on and off.

The articulating arm slips right out of its socket, so you're not stuck with that thing banging around when you're taking a break between shots.