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Dominik Bauch

Anyone used proaim dollys?

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I like the look of the Proaim Spin Dolly. I can’t find any reviews online so I’m wondering about the quality and how well it actually works. Smoothness etc.

Is the bazooka system stable? I plan to use roughly a 45lb payload. Wondering if there’s any flex or wobble with the Telescopic bazooka.

Any experience or feedback on proaim dollys in general would be really appreciated. 

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Post a link would be helpful if you are solicitIng opinions.

Why do You want To own a dolly, tie up money and have the inherent maintenance?  A Dana dolly, yes. Others, no, just rent as needed.

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For me renting for single days here and there is a huge Pain. Much easier and more flexible to own relatively low cost items so we can deploy easily and quickly without hassle. As long as they work well which is what I wanted to ask here.

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The quality of Proaim’s machining is generally junk. I would be very wary of using them. 
 

just get something like a Dutti Dolly and expand it as necessary. 

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On 9/14/2020 at 7:26 PM, Mark Kenfield said:

The quality of Proaim’s machining is generally junk. I would be very wary of using them. 
 

just get something like a Dutti Dolly and expand it as necessary. 

A toy tripod dolly. What next?  What size PVC pipe to run it on?

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