[SECURE & EASY ASSEMBLY] with Flexible Installation Options for Various Shooting Needs
[MOUNTING OPTIONS] Secure the DJI Ronin to Tripods, Sliders, Jibs, Car Mounts, and Stabilization Systems via 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threads
[CONSTANT POWER] Operate the DJI Ronin for Longer Durations with Higher Capacity Gold and V-Mount Batteries
[EXTRA SECURITY] via the Side Holding Bracket which Provides an Additional Point of Contact
[COMPATIBILITY] Specifically Designed for DJI RS2 and RS3 Pro
The Power Supply Base Plate for DJI Ronin attaches directly to the base of the DJI RS2 or RS3 Pro and allows you to power the gimbal via Gold or V-Mount Batteries via the included P-tap to 2-pin cable.
The 1/4″-20 and 3/8″-16 threads on the bottom of the Base Plate allow you to mount the DJI Ronin to many different systems such as Tripods, Jibs, Sliders, Car Mounts, Stabilization Systems, and other products in our Ecosystem like the Hydra Alien and Float System.
The side bracket attaches from the Base Plate to the body of the DJI Ronin which provides an additional point of contact and added security.
Hats off to the crew at Tilta, will be ordering more gear from you in the future.
Only comment is that I would like a instruction Manuel in the box that shows power requirements even though it is printed on the base plate.
I am using this part as the base for my RS2 as a Remote Head with an FX6!
This kit comes with the base for the RS2 and a Power Cable and the Safety / Stiffening bracket. I added a Ptap Extension cable from Amazon to run the power back down my Intel-A-Jib to a battery.
This base for the Ronin is superbly constructed and is equal if not better than the quality of the Ronin itself. I have mine mounted on a PROAIM REDWING stabiliszer with Steadicam arm and vest ,the side support guarantees a secure connection of the Ronin to the baseplate, Very well designed by someone who was thinking about what they were doing. "Built by men with their eyes open who knew where they were at".
Product QualityNeeds WorkGoodExcellent
Price / ValueExpensiveOKGreat
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I'm pretty happy for the most part. My only issue is that the power does not give a percentage on the RS2 meaning that if you need to upgrade your firmware. You'll have to take the baseplate off and mount the RS2 battery grip in order to do so. Makes for a pain in the butt as I use my RS2 on a slider underslung.