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I am a big fan of Gini Rigs and have previous brought from the usa site with no troubles. But they recently posted on their facebook that they are selling on Amazon now. Its confusing where to buy their stuff from now so I brought their G8 Slider from the Amazon page and got it yesterday. Have not done much hard testing yet but so far looks pretty sick. Will try and get some RAW 5d mkiii footage with it soon :)

 

Heres the Amazon link if people dont know where to get it from

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=bl_sr_photo?_encoding=UTF8&field-brandtextbin=Gini%20Rigs&node=172282

 

 

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