Zacuto, USA

April 22, 2011 12:20 ET

Introducing Zacuto's New Zgrip Gloves

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - Apr 22, 2011) - Zacuto's new Zgrip Gloves are the ideal supplements to all Zacuto Zgrip handles, also known as handgrips. When shooting video for any extended amount of time, any shooter knows that comfort is of the utmost importance and Zacuto is also well aware of this. We are always looking for new ways to increase comfort and lessen fatigue for shooters. To assist all the strained shooters out there, Zacuto is happy to announce the introduction of their new Zgrip Gloves.

"I had a handheld camera rig, but after using it for a few hours the grips would get kind of gooey. I decided to try something different and I switched to a Zacuto Striker system. When I saw the Zgrip Gloves at NAB, I decided to buy them right there," says Dave Venturini of Moving Pictures LLC. "What I like most is that they can come off if you need them to. That way if they get dirty or sweaty, it's no big deal."

Zgrip Gloves are soft, cushy and comfortable grip covers made from non-slip textured FDA grade high-temperature silicone. Simply stretch and slide your Zgrip Gloves over any already existing Zacuto handgrip and you are ready to go. These grip covers work with all previous Zacuto grips. This includes our Zgrips V3, Zgrips Beefy and any single handgrip included in our extremely popular DSLR Striker, Fast Draw and shoulder mounted DSLR rigs.

Zgrip Gloves are textured and designed not to slip out of your hands. They can easily slide on and off your grips so they can be used at the shooter's discretion. Zgrip Gloves are priced at $49 and come in pairs.


Zacuto, located in Chicago, Illinois, is known for their "Made in the USA" brand of high quality, originally designed camera accessories. Their video equipment rental house division builds custom camera packages and delivers nationwide. Zacuto Films produces original programming and just recently won a 2010 Emmy Award for one of their webisodic programs: The Great Camera Shootout 2010. For more information, visit or follow @Zacuto on Twitter.