Rent a Arri Trinity in Miami
Arri Trinity Specifications
Arri Trinity Rental Includes
Renting the Arri Trinity from Media Monsters comes with Steadicam with Gimbal Head, Suspension Vest, Certified Operator, 66-Pound Payload Capacity, Works with most cinema cameras.
Arri Trinity Additional Info
Arri Trinity with Compact Base Features
12V / 24V, high capacity wiring
Hot swap technology
2x 3G HD SDI
1x SD (HD) video
USB power out
D-Tap power out
Video power out
Focus power out
Aux power out
How to Use an Arri Trinity Steadicam
Focus on achieving a symmetrical camera setup.
Place the camera in the COG of the TRINITY ring.
Add at least two batteries to the TRINITY base and switch on the stabilization.
Move the gimbal about 1.57" (4 cm) below the TRINITY top stage.
Bring the post into a horizontal position.
Shorten or lengthen the post until the rig is absolutely neutral.
Keep the post horizontal and check if the rig is rolling sideways.
Use the side-to-side adjustment to prevent the rig from rolling.
Bring the rig to vertical and use fine adjustment of the battery position to straighten the rig.
Make sure that the pendulum is positioned directly under the post.
Perform last checks, fine trim, and you are ready to shoot.
Arri Trinity Steadicam with Gimbal Head Uses
Peer around corners by setting the post at 45-degrees and twisting it left or right. This can be accomplished either in low or high mode. Additional stabilization within the roll axis permits the use of telephoto lenses. If you need a more traditional operating style, you can lock the TRINITY in position in which the tilt axis is connected to the post in a traditional manner.
What Cameras are Compatible with an Arri Trinity Steadicam?
The Arri Trinity Steadicam works with most cinema cameras.
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ARRI TRINITY FAQs
How Much is an Arri Trinity
Rent the Arri Trinity with Media Monsters for $3,500 per day.
What is the Payload Capacity of an Arri Trinity Steadicam with Gimbal Head
The Arri Trinity Steadicam has a 66-Pound Payload Capacity.
How Do You Control an Arri Trinity?
There are many different ways to control the Arri Trinity. Interaction options are: joystick controller for the tilt axis, optional wireless remote for tilt and roll, on the fly adjustments and system controls, 1.5” onboard display, five programmable user presets, fast and easy setup due to modular and cross-system accessories, Trinity can also be used as a 2 axes standalone handheld gimbal and a multi support plate for handheld operation or to mount Trinity on a dolly.
How Modifiable is an Arri Trinity?
The Arri Trinity has many modifiable features including: highly modular and upgradable design, height adjustable roll cage, detable 1.8” carbon center post with fine-trim length adjustment, detachable battery setup for the perfect dynamic balance and perfect dropdown generated by the unique TRINITY pendulum.
How Much Does the Arri Trinity Weigh?
The Arri Trinity weighs 20 pounds.
How is an Arri Trinity Charged?
D-Tap - Power Out - TRINITY
Video - Power Out - TRINITY
Focus - Power Out - TRINITY
Other - AUX Power Out - TRINITY
USB - Power Out - TRINITY
What are the Gimbal Modes for an Arri Trinity?
The Gimbal Modes for an Arri Trinity are: high mode, inverted mode, locked mode, low mode.