Easyrig Vario 5 with Flowcine Serene

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The Vario 5 is a versatile, all-round solution no matter what setup you have. One adjustable Easyrig to fit your needs.

By adjusting the tension with the provided allen key, the Vario 5 can be tuned to match your exact camera setup ranging from 5-17 kg (11-38 lbs).

The Vario 5 can be attached to any camera as long as it has a camera handle due to our easy-to-use camera hook.

Ever since the release in 2015 the Vario 5 is undoubtedly the most popular Easyrig. It has been used in countless movies, TV-series and documentaries.

Load Range:
Standard: 5-17 kg (11-38 lbs)
Strong: 10-25 kg (22-55 lbs)

Weight:
5.5 kg (12 lbs)


Suspension line length:
90 cm (35”) when fully stretched.

Height:
Mounted: 103-113 cm (40.5-44.5”)
Folded: 62 cm (24.4”) 

Width:
Mounted: 80-130 cm (31-51”)
Folded: 34 cm (13.3”)


Depth:
Mounted: 31cm (12.2”)
Folded: 22 cm (8.6”)

The Serene stabilises vibrations and motion errors on the vertical axis that comes from walking or running with the rig. It also stabilises side to side errors in the same scenarios by counter pivoting around it’s center axis. At the same time you have full use of the Easyrig cord extension that will allow you to go from high to low mode while at the same time the Serene will take care of the vertical and side to side stabilisation adding two more stabilised axis to your existing system.

The Serene can take camera setups between 6-19.5 kg, and you can easily fine tune the spring tension without tool. Of course it works great with the Gravity One, but it also works really well for other gimbal rigs like the Freefly MoVI, DJI Ronin, Letus Helix and most other leading gimbal rigs.

Main Features

  • Serene arm allows for a frictionless boom range of 180mm.
  • Easyrig cord passes through the Serene, enabling high/low mode shooting.
  • Two springs cover the payload range of 6-19.5kg.
  • Totally reactive at both slow and fast walking/running sequences with push/pull forces of 800g to 1200 g depending on the camera load and gimbal total weight.