The Phottix Trafo – Phottix’s DSLR Video Shoulder Rig is in the final stages of field-testing. The Trafo debuted at Photokina to rave reviews and its recent appearances at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair was lauded by visitors.
The Phottix Trafo underwent it’s first round of field-testing with Hong Kong-based videographer Edwin Lee and his team during the recent international 48 Hour Film Project. Taiwan’s FirstZoom Studios will next put the rig through its paces.
All Phottix products are field-tested by professional photographers. Phottix ensures its products will work when photographers and videographers need them most.
What can we say about the Phottix Trafo?
The Phottix Trafo DSLR Video Shoulder Rig dual rail system and mounting brackets are constructed from heavy-duty aluminum and carbon fiber and ready for use under harsh conditions. The mounting system will accept the Phottix Hector 9HD LCD monitor – a great way to preview, focus and review recorded video.
The Phottix Trafo DSLR Video Shoulder Rig is customizable. Quickly add or remove elements based on shooting conditions or projects.
The Trafo system includes all the components you need to shoot better video. Whether you’re starting out or a seasoned videographer the Phottix Trafo DSLR Video Shoulder Rig is a cost-effective professional solution.
- Aluminum and Carbon Fiber construction
- 15mm rails set 60mm apart
- Matte Box
- Follow-focus system
- Removable Viewfinder Loupe
- Camera base plate
- Support cage
- Removable Top Carrying Handle
- Hand Grips
All components will be available as a complete set or sold individually to compliment current systems. The Trafo is expected to be officially released in December 2010.