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Atlas PRO Arm

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Highest Standards of Strength & Rigidity

  • Extremely Versatile Weight Range

  • Paired with Blue,Black & Gray Canisters

  • Same Quality, Half the Payload

      ATLAS ARM CAN LIFT:  13-45 lbs (6-20.4 kg)

       ARM WEIGHT: 11 lbs (3.4 kg)

       BOOM RANGE: 26 inches (66 cm)

The Atlas is PRO's newest arm. It is made with the same quality as the Titan but carries half the payload at an economical price. It incorporates the finest materials and structural design principles in order to achieve the highest standards of strength and rigidity. A Departure from traditional tensioning methods in the Atlas has resulted in minimal friction and a force curve designed to complement an operator's instincts. The Atlas PRO Arm is modular, simple, reliable, and easily maintained in the field. It is easily configured to accommodate a wide variety of load requirements with the ability to utilize Blue, Black and Gray spring canisters. The Gray canisters are unique to the Atlas, designed specifically with the Atlas arm in mind. With the ability to use any paired configuration (2 or 4), the weight range is extremely versatile, ranging from 13-45 pounds.

DETAILS

ATLAS ARM WEIGHT RANGES

The PRO Arm offers the operator the ability to customize the weight capacity of the arm for each situation, from the lightest 16mm set ups or visceral super light 35mm action work to the fully loaded 35mm sync sound rigs.

Experienced operators will appreciate the ability to use lighter capacity springs in the arm when a lighter weight camera is used. This will reduce the “springiness”  feeling usually associated with heavyweight arms when used with lighter setups. Now the user can pick the best spring combination for the shot.

No other system offers this range of flexibility in a single arm design.