Cage Your DSLR Beast With The Latest Cubed Camera Cage Rigs Released From CPM Camera Rigs

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CPM Camera Rigs,, located on the Chesapeake Bay in Lusby, Maryland is teaming this season with its' fastest rising distributor; B&H Photo-Video-Pro Audio,, to cage DSLR's in the uniquely CPM articulated screen friendly configuration of its' Cubed Rig.

CPM GH2 and 60D Cubed 3.0

I've been researching many different rigs over the past 2 months and have finally come to conclude that CPM offers the best value for the price.
David Adams
UniPhi Media

Unique to the CPM Camera Rigs' Cubed Camera Cage is the articulated screen friendly configuration. This gives the cinematographer the ability of full flip out extension and articulation of the LCD screen on cameras like the Canon 60D and T3i and Panasonic's GH2. There is no compromise in rig configurations or limitations on your camera options. CPM Cubed Cages work with your camera and its' features.

A true cage in every sense of the word, the Cubed Cage Rig provides manimum protection, while minimizing obstruction to important camea inputs. It is the tightest form factor rig of all CPM rigs, with a minimal footprint. Standardized 60mm spacing on the side supports provides additional mounting options including handles and plates with multiple top and bottom mounting plate options. Also available are user installed metal threaded inserts for increasing the number of external accessory mounting options. CPM's Cubed Cage Camera Rig is available in multiple configurations including a basic 1.0 model providing great protection with the miltiple mound options, the 2.0 model that includes side handles and a 3.0 that uncludes side and top handles for maximum shoot positioning. The Cubed Cage can go from hand held to tripod with no changes to the configuration and no hardware or adjustments needed. These rigs are also easily upgraded for shoulder mount applications, allowing for shoulder to tripod to handheld with no downtime.

CPM developed a system of carbon fiber rods combined with carbon-filled polycarbonate components to fill the need for strong yet lightweight camera rig configurations to house cameras. The system is designed as a cage, rod and bracket system to add multiple accessories providing customizable accessor mounting points to increase the overall strength of the system without adding unnecessary weight. Concepts and engineering to prototypes, tooling and final production, all aspects of manufacturing are performed under a single roof from CPM's operations center in Lusby, For more information on CPM Camera Rigs, visit online at or e-mail sales(at)cpmcamerarigs(dot)com


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