$1,299.00

The Letus Exo17 vest is a unique support system that is compact, light weight and easy to use. Unlike any other current support system on the market, the EXO17 front mounted design allows the user to get in and out of a car with ease and the ability to carry the Helix or any other gimbal for an extended period of time. 

The COMPACTNESS  of the EXO17 makes it ideal for documentary filmmakers, wedding and event videographers and run-and-fun filming situation among others.

Specifications:

Width:

  • Jr. = 13 1/2 " (24.25cm)
  • St. or Pro= 15 1/4" (38.75cm)

Arm length:

  • Jr. = 7 1/8" (18cm)
  • St. = 10 7/8" (27.5cm)
  • Pro = 9 3/8" (23.8cm)

Weight: 

  • 15 -17 lbs

Payload: 

exo17-payload.jpg

How to order: 

1) Choose the Helix model. This option indicate the width between the arm that support the gimbal. Note: If you are using the EXO17 vest with a gimbal other than the Helix, either option will work.

2) Choose the spring canister strength. Remember the longer the arm you choose, although it will increase your boom range it will reduce the payload capability. Check the chart above to see what spring strength is appropriate for your camera load.

3) Choose the arm length. Measure your set up and find the distance from the handle to the back of the Helix so that you can determine how long the arm you need to choose. The longer the arm length, the wider the boom range but the less payload the spring can support.

Current Stock:
SKU:
LT-EXO17
Width:
24.00 (in)
Height:
12.00 (in)
Depth:
8.00 (in)

Reviews Hide Reviews

Letus EXO17 Vest w/Jr. spring arms and Sony Fs5 Review

Brad on 13th Sep 2018

Pro’s: -Helps greatly with long-term use and heavier set ups (e.g. walk and talks and host stand-ups with Sony Fs5) -Can quickly remove Helix Jr. from rig enabling operator to go into suitcase mode or quick free motion. -Using Helix Jr., you can walk through doorways and narrow hallways with ease. -Very comfortable, easy to learn, build, and put on independently. -Fits in a pelican 1600 case with vest built and spring arms detached. (Great for travel and load in) -IMO better ergonomic experience than using an overhang rig to hang a gimbal (EXO17 is better on back, posture and arms. Con’s: -Limits your ability to freely pan your Helix ***recommend Helix joystick to help with this need*** -Joystick cable can sometimes get caught on chest area spring canister. Looking into finding a right angle adaptor. Or if Letus35 will make one as a default? -may need some assistance with adjusting the vest velcro straps on shoulders and back area. But once in a good position you can pretty much leave built this way. -Having the springs arms coming up at your face is a little intimidating when your eyes are your career, but once you start using the rig you realize its designed in a way to avoid that happen. Though I recommend always paying attention to the position you are in and communicating properly if someone is helping you

Letus EXO17 Vest w/standard Letus Jr. spring arms and Sony Fs5 Review

Brad on 13th Sep 2018

Pro’s: -Helps greatly with long-term use and heavier set ups (e.g. walk and talks and host stand-ups with Sony Fs5) -Can quickly remove Helix Jr. from rig enabling operator to go into suitcase mode or quick free motion. -Using Helix Jr., you can walk through doorways and narrow hallways with ease. -Very comfortable, easy to learn, build, and put on independently. -Fits in a pelican 1600 case with vest built and spring arms detached. (Great for travel and load in) -IMO better ergonomic experience than using an overhang rig to hang a gimbal (EXO17 is better on back, posture and arms. Con’s: -Limits your ability to freely pan your Helix ***recommend Helix joystick to help with this need*** -Joystick cable can sometimes get caught on chest area spring canister. Looking into finding a right angle adaptor. Or if Letus35 will make one as a default? -may need some assistance with adjusting the vest velcro straps on shoulders and back area. But once in a good position you can pretty much leave built this way. -Having the springs arms coming up at your face is a little intimidating when your eyes are your career, but once you start using the rig you realize its designed in a way to avoid that happen. Though I recommend always paying attention to the position you are in and communicating properly if someone is helping you

Great Product

Daniel A.V. on 17th Jul 2018

Loved the product and the support was helpful.