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  1. Hello, I own a Steadicam Aero 15 (arm & vest) and I was interested in buying a Steadicam Aero sled: https://tiffen.com/products/steadicam-aero-sled-with-7-monitor. As per Tiffen specification, the Aero 15 arm is supposed to support up to 15 lbs total payload (including everything past the arm). Form this link (https://tiffen.com/pages/steadicam-aero) it says that the Aero sled weights 9.75 lbs (with monitor & battery mount, without battery). This means that the room left for camera and battery is 5.25 lbs. This does not match with the fact that the Aero 15 system can support up to 10 lbs camera payload. Is there in the forum any owner of the Aero system who can tell me how much the Aero sled actually weights? Is it actually 9.75 lbs or less? Many thanks, Simone
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