Steadicam Systems for all weights of Camera setups

Over the years I have owned and operated many of the classic and current Steadicam systems. At present I have Archer and Flyer LE sleds, with a choice of arms and vests depending on the shoot. Both have been upgraded by my team to improve dynamic balance, power distribution, HD signal strength and versatility.

Steadicam Archer SE


This is a superb medium weight Steadicam system, capable of smaller cameras like Sony PXW-Z280s, right up to broadcast cameras like PXW-750s, and even digital film heads like my Sony FX6, FX9, RED cameras, & even Arri Alexa Mini LF kits with big cine lenses!


The Archer has two HD video lines, multiple power options, the superb Tiffen tilt head, and 1.5″ post & gimbal which are soon to be Steadicam Volt ready!

Steadicam Archer Sony FS7

When it first arrived: Steadicam Archer SE HD, with Sony PXW-FS7, Sigma f1.8 lens, Chrosziel mattebox & Convergent Design Odyssey 7Q monitor  recorder.

Other Accessories:

  • Chrosziel mattebox and remote follow focus systems
  • Paralinx wireless HD video link kit
  • Atomos Shogun Blade bright monitor/recorder
  • Sony FX6, A7Siii, FS7, and FS700 cameras

Now – upgraded! Steadicam Flyer SE 4K with Arri Alexa Mini LF, Zeiss Superme lens, Arri wireless lens control, wireless video (on the back), Atomos Shogun 7 monitor & backup recorder.

Steadicam Upgrades


Since buying the Archer sled, I was a little disappointed by the fixed spar across the bottom, which did not have many power or video options, nor any real ability to adjust for dynamic balance. So I called my pal Steadi Seb J and we came up with a new junction box for the bottom of the sled which has 7 power outputs, three battery plates, two SDI lines (which will take 4K RAW from the camera) and a dual 15mm rail system to allow a lot of travel and adjustment for the monitor and pivoting battery hanger!

Steadicam Arms & Vests