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MSE's Revolutionary
MyWay Rigging System
Matthews Studio Equipment is introducing a revolutionary rigging system - MyWay Grip at Cine Gear...

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ith stage and location set ups becoming more
and more complicated and creatives, grips
and shooters are often stressing out over the cost of
and even availability of one-off support equipment.
Or, the challenges when creatives change their minds
at the last moment, expecting a new set up in minutes
- unaware of the limits of what is on hand.

MyWay
plate and
accessories

"We designed MyWay to eliminate those
challenges," explains Tyler Phillips, VP of Marketing
and Product Development at MSE. "Geared to
everyone from big-budget motion picture or
television grips and gaffers to the fledgling or
independent content creator, MyWay rigging
is a totally customizable set up with unlimited
possibilities."
Based on a two-part interchangeable rigging
system, MyWay uses industry standard pins, receiver
and clamps with custom connectors which attach to
secure collars mounted on plants and clamps. This
seriously reduces the amount of dedicated rigging

Modular and customizable

required on set, saving space, weight and set up
time. Because the system is modular, the restrictions
are only in the user's creativity. On-set modifications
can be made to accommodate common on-the-fly
changes in lighting and camera configuration.
Also featured at Cine Gear, Matthews' new Rover
system, a caging system that takes shooting with an
iPhone to a professional level. Shots for everything
from features to sports, concerts, rallies, trade shows
and more can be far more creative and professional
with Rover. The system provides a comfortable
ergonomic position, so that hands and arms stay
relaxed and the camera movement remains smooth
and steady. Integrated dual handles connect to
the unique Perfect Friction mounts that instantly
adjust to any point of 360-degree rotation without
additional tension adjustment or locks. This one-ofa-kind design also allows the handles to become a
natural extension of the body, and can also double as
easel arms, perfect for low angle shooting, table-top
viewing and editing.

a car, tabletop, ground, etc. Or, with an optional
Boom Art it can extend the VR camera position out
in both positive and negative angles. The VRig also
integrates seamlessly with standard grip equipment
to allow the creation of custom
built rigging.
The new Elevator allows you
to create expensive looking
vertical camera moves on any
size set without the high
cost
of
conventional
cranes or dollies. A simple
counterbalanced elevation
tower, it serves a dual
purpose. Providing 25.5
inches of smooth vertical
movement it covers the
Vertical
moves range between sitting and
Elevator
standing - with simultaneous
tower
360-degree panning.
Cloth is always a staple on every shoot. Matthews'
new VooDoo Cloth is a magical full-density fabric
Centipede II
that transforms single-point light sources such as
sunlight or Fresnel fixtures into extremely diffused
soft source while maintaining intensity. Initially used
to produce soft, non-specular diffusion from multilamped LED fixtures, VooDoo cloth also produces
large amounts of flattering ambient light when
utilized as an overhead or butterfly.
Matthews' new Double Ear is a great support
for hanging two parallel frames at a consistent
10 separation on all sides, either vertically or
horizontally on just two lighting stands. Double Ear
was designed to simultaneously hold LED lighting
panels or tubes and parallel diffusion, guaranteeing
even light dispersion while offering easy
repositioning. The Double Ear also offers versatility
in applications where more than one light modifier
Centipede II is the next generation 32-wheeled such as gels and diffusion are required on a light
camera support dolly system that features split source.
carriages that ensure even smoother tracking and
Matthews Studio Equipment, manufacturer
contact on a curved track. Instead of four carriages
of the Academy Award winning MAX
with eight wheels, Matthews has split the large
MENACE ARM will also have
carriages into eight smaller ones, each with four
several other products - all of
wheels. This allows each individual carriage to pivot
which are manufactured in the
quickly and more precisely to accommodate the
U.S.A. including Dutti Dolly,
changing radiuses of curved track layouts.
Infinity Arm, Matthews Slider and
VRig is a uniquely modular camera support
more.
system created specifically for VR shooting. The
Check out the new catalog
ultra-small footprint minimizes nadir hole and
of equipment, available
shadow obstruction, yet maintains
from the website. Better yet,
rock solid stability assisted by its
visit Matthews at Cine Gear
low center of gravity barbell
2017 and see what else is
weight retainer. It can
in store for every kind of
also be reconfigured as
support challenge.
a low-angle mount for
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VRig support system for VR shooting


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