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The Most Compact Shoulder Rig Setup.

The highly-anticipated Pivot Shoulder Rig was specifically designed for run-n-gun filmmakers looking for an ultra-lightweight and minimal, yet rugged, shoulder rig solution. Weighing in at under 4lbs, Pivot features over 6 shooting modes and fully tool-less operation, allowing you to transition from shot to shot seamlessly in seconds.

Ready For Action

Quick-Release Plate

The Pivot riser features a quick-release mechanism allowing for lightning-fast video plate install/removal.

Minimal & Lightweight

The entire rig (video plate included) weighs in at under 4lbs and folds down to fit in most medium/large camera backpacks.

Tool-Free Operation

From over-the-shoulder to chest press, Pivot switches between shooting modes in seconds.

Shooting Modes & Setups


Designed to fit in a backpack water bottle side pouch or be strapped to the side. This mode allows Pivot
to fold down into a small footprint for easy storage.


Flipping the handles and shoulder pad in a downward position allows Pivot to be placed on the ground
with three secure points of contact, enabling easy lens swaps and camera adjustments.


Standard shoulder rig positioning with the camera weight centered over the shoulder. This provides the
most comfort and stability when using heavy setups.


By swinging the lower pad 90-degrees Pivot will wrap the pad over the shoulder. This greatly improves
stability and helps tremendously with one-handed operation when needed.

Chest Press

Essentially the same setup as "over-shoulder", but instead of placing Pivot up and over the shoulder, the pad
is used as a contact point with the chest/stomach/hip. Great for stable low-angle shots.


By removing the shoulder pad, rods, grips, and exposing the lower video plate, Pivot can be quickly mounted
to a video tripod with an appropriate head, saving time when transitioning from on-shoulder to sticks.

Engineered For Run-N-Gun Filmmakers