Do you know what's new for the Freestyle Rig?

P+S Freestyle Rigs

The Freestyle Rig is especially designed to offer a maximum of creative choice for camera movement in 3D production. By using patented Carbon technology originally used for Formula 1 race cars, the best combination of load capacity, stability, form and weight was achieved.

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The Evolution Upgrade for the Freestyle Rig is designed for heavy camera setups and ensures a quick setup and calibration process as well as stable alignments for broadcast and digital film applications. A range of ergonomic mounting accessories prepare the Freestyle Rig for steadycam, shoulder, crane, dolly and tripod use. That's why it is the most versatile 3D Rig on the market.

NEW - Compact 3D Broadcast Live Control for Freestyle Rig

P+S Technik now is offering a compact 3D broadcast live control solution for both the Freestyle Rig and the Standard Rig. It is highly integrated with the popular 3D control box Sony MPE-200 and the HDFA-200 multiplexer workflow. Especially for live transmissions and broadcasting the automated and real time control adds a high value.

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P+S Magic Support with Sony HDFA-200, HDC-P1 and MPE-200

NEW - Magic Support 

Looking for improved balance and usability using the Freestyle Rig on crane, lambda-head and tripod setups?

With the Magic Support the Freestyle Rig can be mounted on a crane or lambda head 100% balanced and can be adjusted by degree. It can be mounted almost everywhere and features a quick lock mechanism. Attaching the Freestyle Rig takes only a few seconds.

Additionally, it works as an adjustable riser on tripods in the 90°-position. Thus a Freestyle setup using the Magic Support can be easily tilted down on tripods.

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Recent productions using the Freestyle Rig

Astérix et Obélix: God Save Britannia
Director: Laurent Tirard, Stereographer: Alain Derobe

TT3D
Director: Richard De Aragues, DP: Thomas Kuerzl ACC, Stereographer: Chris Parks

Lord of the Dance 3D
Director: Marcus Viner, DP: Nick Wheeler, Stereographer: Adam Sculthorp, Kommer Kleijn

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