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I'm selling a Daniel Sauvé Design back-mounted vest. Very universal, will accommodate many sizes thanks to a large assortment of extra padding, along with an air bladder. I'm 1m80 tall and I weigh 83 kg, but this vest has never failed to fit other people in many workshops and trainings. I routinely use it both in goofy and regular and the carbon arm swaps in a jiffy. Very minor cosmetic signs of use I provide the original large DSD soft case, along with leather soft bags for the carbon arm and the back plate. Extra screws, latches and spare parts included. If you happen to be in the Paris (France) area, you can test it to your heart's content. 3000 euros, shipping not included. Paypal welcome. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey guys, So I have been operating on a new-to-me Glidecam V-16 with the accompanying arm and vest. As I have been practicing at home I have been trying out different vest configurations to find the one that best suits me. My biggest remaining question is should the bottom pads be resting lower on the body around hip or just above hip level (and distributing weight there) or should they be a little higher, resting around the waist or on the abs? I have been sort of looking at pictures of different operators but still can't a consensus from them. I know it's largely up to personal preference I guess, but I am just wondering if there some sort of official guide to this. It seems to me that when I rest the pads lower on my body it seems to increase fatigue in my lower / mid back, but maybe I am imagining things. Thanks!