May 10, 2017

Zacuto’s Zgrip Trigger Might Be the Most Adjustable Grip on the Market

ZGrip Trigger
Zgrip Triggers will be available for the Canon C-Series, Sony FS7 and FS7 II, rosette-based grips, and a standard grip. 

Arguably the most adjustable grip on the market, Zacuto’s new Zgrip Trigger can achieve single-handed 360° rotation with the simple press of a trigger. Its design allows you to flip it down for a low, rock-solid handgrip or raise it up for a more Aaton-style position. You can also quickly flip it all the way up to set your camera flat on the ground or for storing in a case.

The Zgrip Trigger attaches to a standard M6 rosette like the one on the side of the Zacuto VCT Pro Baseplate. Zacuto has designed Zgrip Triggers for the Canon C-Series, Sony FS7 and FS7 II, rosette-based grips, and a standard grip. 

Made in America, Zacuto products are truly one of a kind. The company specializes in video camera stabilization accessories and handgrips, manufacturing products that serve as an integral part of rigs that are stable, comfortable, and user-friendly. Every Zacuto handgrip configuration is designed to be flexible and adjustable to the user’s needs. No matter what kind of camera rig you have set up, Zacuto likely has a handgrip solution for your handheld shooting needs. 

The Zgrip Triggers are available for preorder at the Zacuto store in the following configurations, and are shipping in 4-6 weeks:

  • Canon Zgrip Trigger - $675
  • FS7 II Zgrip Trigger  -  $275
  • FS7 Zgrip Trigger  -  $275
  • Rosette Zgrip Trigger - $625

Your Comment


This would be killer on the ursa mini pro.

May 10, 2017 at 6:41PM, Edited May 10, 6:41PM

Caleb Rasak
Camera Operator / AC

My Z-drive's screw fell out just under 5 months of light use, I'm a bit of disappointment! I will be sending back with my own postage that seems not right especially it is failure of the gear while DJI has send me RMA with return postage which much appreciated. Now a day, paying top dollars does not mean it is reliable.

May 11, 2017 at 3:30AM, Edited May 11, 3:30AM

Wayne Lam
Artist Photographer and Filmmaker