SmallRig 25mm Rod Support Feet for DJI Ronin Grip/Freefly MoVI Ring 1914

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SmallRig 25mm Rod Support Feet for DJI Ronin-M/ Ronin-MX Grip/Freefly MoVI Ring 1914

Designer: Miky Xie 

SmallRig 25mm Rod Support Feet for DJI Ronin Grip/Freefly MoVI Ring 1914
A nice small pair of support feet that allows DJI Ronin-M/MX or Freefly MoVI Ring to shift between handhold mode, tripod mode and other user scenarios.
These support feet are attached to the bottom of Ronin-M grip. In this way, Ronin can literally stand on its own feet and can be mounted on tripod as well.
Two securing options are available. You can choose wingnuts for fast release/lock, or Allen wrench for firm lock.
Each support foot comes with one cold shoe and one 1/4” threaded hole for more accessories like a magic arm. Then you can attach a monitor to the magic arm and have live view when handholding the device.
When used with wingnuts, the support feet can be folded along with Ronin and bagged quickly.

Key Features:
1.Integrated cold shoes for magic arm
2.Easy lock and release with 2 wingnuts
3.Standard threaded holes for quick release plates
4.(Optional) Firmly locked by screws
5.Rubber cushion prevents scratching or sliding

DJI Ronin-M/ MX Grip, Freefly MoVI Ring

Package Includes:
2 x Support Foot
4 x M5 Screw
1 x Hex Spanner

Product Dimensions: 147 x 46 x 28mm
Net Weight: 253g
Package Size: 200 x 140 x 40mm
Material: Aluminum Alloy

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  • 5
    Please make this!!!

    Posted by Sam Johnson on 9th May 2017

    I will be the first to buy this! Please build!

  • 5
    Do IT!!! Please!

    Posted by Victor Dizon on 26th Feb 2017

    This will be awesome

  • 5
    Please make

    Posted by Mick phillips on 22nd Feb 2017

    This looks brilliant and defiantly needed for the ronin grip. Please consider making it

  • 5
    build it i need four now

    Posted by extreme aerial on 18th Dec 2016

    why cant i buy this?

  • 5

    Posted by art sanchez on 1st Dec 2016

    Wow, This design is awesome and i would like to see it in real life