Canon C200 Recoil Pro V2
The Canon C200 Recoil Pro V2 is a shoulder rig designed specifically for the Canon C200. This is a Next Generation Recoil rig designed for optimal balance and comfort when shoulder mounted or on a tripod. With lenses and cameras being similar weights, the balance point is where the lens meets the camera body. In a shoulder mount rig, the balance point needs to be directly over your shoulder which puts the camera behind you. The Recoil rig adjusts for that balance point and relocates focus, monitoring and camera controls forward, creating a lighter, shorter and properly balanced rig.
VCT Pro – this baseplate has a sliding top plate for quickly removing the camera from the fast changes, a built-in, curved shoulder pad, a v-wedge tripod connector (with ¼” 20 and 3/8" 16 screw option). It has removable and extendable 6.5” iris rods and rows of ¼” 20 screw holes along the sides for accessories. It has quick release 15mm rod parts in the rear. The recessed rod mount offers maximum accessory capable space under your camera lens.
Rosette Trigger Grip – relocates the Canon C200 camera grip to a comfortable handgrip position for shoulder rigs. Our trigger grips are the most adjustable grips available. They allow for single-handed 360° rotation with the simple press of a trigger. The two handles rotate independently of each other. Flip them down for a low, rock-solid handgrip. Raise it up for more of an Aaton style position. Or quickly flip them both all the way up to set your camera flat on the ground or for storing in a case. Or stagger them if that is more comfortable you. The length of the handgrips can also adjust by loosening a red lever and pulling the grip out or pushing in.
C200 Top Plate– mounts directly to the top of the C200 under the Canon top handle. Offers multiple ¼” 20 and ⅜” 16 mounting screw holes to attach a variety of accessories as well as a spot to mount the C200 LCD Monitor.
This rig is also available with Dual Grips.
This rig requires the addition of a monitor or Zacuto EVF.
To mount an Axis EVF Mount and EVF, you will need the Z-Rail Axis Mount to attach to your top plate.