http://www.lemac.com.au/site/DefaultSite/filesystem/images/flowcine/flowserene.jpg The Serene is a two axis spring arm that attaches at the end of the Easyrig arm. It stabilises vibrations and motion errors on the vertical axis that comes from walking or running with the rig.

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Flowcine Serene

Flowcine

The Serene is a two axis spring arm that attaches at the end of the Easyrig arm. It stabilises vibrations and motion errors on the vertical axis that comes from walking or running with the rig.
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The Serene is a two axis spring arm that attaches at the end of the Easyrig arm. It 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 centre axis. At the same time you have full use of the Easyrig spring 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 rigs between 5-20 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 good for other gimbal rigs like the Freefly Mövi, B-steady or most other gimbal rigs.



How does the Serene mount?

The Serene mounts at the very end of the Easyrig arm, and the string is routed upwards and through the Serene instead of the normal way straight down from the tip of the Easyrig. To make this happen you have to slightly alter your Easyrig arm with one or two holes (depending on Easyrig model). This is a fairly easy operation, that most can do themselves, and we supply a drill template piece for exact placement of the holes. If you feel uncomfortable doing it you can send in your arm to us for modification or get help from your local distributor.


Weight: 1200 g (2.6 lbs)
Weight range: 5 – 20 kg (11 – 44 lbs)
Material: Aluminium, spring in stainless steel

Totally reactive at both slow and fast walking/running sequences with push/pull forces of 800 – 1 200 g depending on the camera load and gimbal total weight.

One knob adjustment that will take the arm from 5 to 20 kg. The adjustment is tool free and on the fly.