Before you start the balancing process, configure your camera exactly how it’s going to be while you’re flying it. Take off your lens cap, fip your LCD monitor out if you are using it, make sure your battery is in, set the focal length you’ll be shooting and attach any accessories or mics.
Screw the Bottom Weight Pack (large weight) on to the bottom of your Rhino Steady.
Tighten the Lock nuts with the wider part facing up.
Now, screw the Front Weight Pack (small weights) to the front of your Rhino Steady.
Tighten the Lock Nuts
To attach your camera to the stabilizer simply use the included captive screw and thread it into the bottom of your camera. If you’re using a camera setup under ~2lbs you can mount the optional Mini Steady Counterweight to your camera first and then to the stabilizer. You’ll want to position it in the center channel to start.