No one likes a heavy camera package that slows you down and is hard to carry and operate.?Take the weight off your camera so you can move faster, shoot longer & get the shot you want.
Drumstix Sterling Titanium Support Rods are like no other rods, rugged, stiff and ultra light.
Find out what makes Drumstix so special
To make our Drumstix, our R&D team has tested, developed, and manufactured Sterling Titanium. Like all our products, it was made here, in the U.K. Sterling Titanium is the hardest, lightest, and strongest material to be used to support a camera rig.
With Drumstix, you can film longer, move faster and feel confident about your filmmaking
Won’t snap like carbon or dent in the MAP-2
Less weight to carry on your shoulders
Sizes for all cameras & shooting styles
The Drumstix support rods are amazing. Just as light as carbon but as strong as steel. I?couldn’t believe how light they were when I?held?them.
I was handed the Drumstix at the 2019 BSC Expo, my hand literally lifted into the air through the expectation of weight and them having none, but yet they feel as rigid as steel, these will travel with me everywhere
The Drumstix will make travelling so much easier, knowing they won’t break or get damaged in the field. With airline restrictions getting tighter, I’ll do anything to save an extra kilo
Take the weight off your camera rig.
Shedding Off The Pounds
Rigs are heavy, travelling is arduous, and no one wants to check in their rig at the airport. By freeing up excessive weight, Drumstix lightens your carry-on weight when travelling or filming. That means easier flying, or another lens, a steadier shot, or an extra hour of endurance.
And of course, not having to always replace your support rods will save you ￡s.
The Fine Details
You may think a rod’s a rod, but not all rods are created equal. Here are the exact measurements and physical weights of our Drumstix.
Compared to other stainless steel rods, our Drumstix are a quarter of the weight. What would you rather: Carry deadweight around, an extra piece of kit, or a lighter rig?
|?15mm – 3?||76.2 mm x 15 mm x 15 mm||15g|
|?15mm – 6?||152.4 mm x 15 mm x 15 mm||30g|
|?15mm – 9?||228.6 mm x 15 mm x 15 mm||45g|
|?15mm – 12?||304.8 mm x 15 mm x 15 mm||60g|
|?15mm – 15?||381.0 mm x 15 mm x 15 mm||75g|
|?15mm – 18?||457.2 mm x 15 mm x 15 mm||90g|
|?19mm – 9?||228.6 mm x 19 mm x 19 mm||58g|
|?19mm – 12?||304.8 mm x 19 mm x 19 mm||78g|
|?19mm – 15?||381 mm x 19 mm x 19 mm||97g|
|?19mm – 18?||457.2 mm x 19 mm x 19 mm||116g|
|?15mm – 3?||3? x 0.59? x 0.59?||0.03 lb|
|?15mm – 6?||6? x 0.59? x 0.59?||0.07 lb|
|?15mm – 9?||9? x 0.59? x 0.59?||0.10 lb|
|?15mm – 12?||12? x 0.59? x 0.59?||0.13 lb|
|?15mm – 15?||15? x 0.59? x 0.59?||0.17 lb|
|?15mm – 18?||18? x 0.59? x 0.59?||0.20 lb|
|??19mm – 9?||9? x 0.75? x 0.75?||0.13 lb|
|??19mm – 12?||12? x 0.75? x 0.75?||0.17 lb|
|??19mm – 15?||15? x 0.75? x 0.75?||0.21 lb|
|??19mm – 18?||18? x 0.75? x 0.75?||0.26 lb|