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Canon c100 II and Ronin
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Hi,
I have a Canon c100 II and about to bye a Ronin. Which one should I go for, the Ronin or the new Ronin-M?

Håkan
2015-5-10
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C100 II  size  147×174×169mm( width*height*thickness), Ronin-M's camera size requirement Ronin-M camera size.jpg , load weight capacity 8 lb.  

You can try Ronin-M.

You can get more information here   http://click.dji.com/tVmEeg5ItrzxIOQ.
2015-5-12
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andree.online
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I'm not at all sure that the measurements you mention in the manual take center of gravity into account. Once a lens is used on a camera, and since the cameras aren't symmetrical, the CG can be quite offset. The only interesting information is what cameras can be balanced "perfectly".

From what I've read elsewhere, a stripped C100 works but a C100 mkII won't due to redesigned viewfinder. I'd be happy to be proven wrong of course.

Look at Cinemilled.com instagram stream. He tried many different cameras with some comments.
2015-5-12
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tandre.mac
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I was able to balance the Canon C100 Mark II with the Ronin (was just tricky).  The real problem with the Mark II is the EVF, since it sticks so far out (in the back).  I have not tried it with the Ronin M.
2015-5-13
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tandre.mac Posted at 2015-5-14 09:58
I was able to balance the Canon C100 Mark II with the Ronin (was just tricky).  The real problem wit ...

Hey, can you take some snap shots of your balanced c100 mkii? Could you also provide some tips. Having a really hard time balancing. Cheers!
2015-8-17
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