Zacuto USA

May 18, 2011 13:11 ET

Zacuto Rentals Introduces Zip Kits to Your Zip Code Program

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - May 18, 2011) - Zacuto Rentals is proud to introduce their new free shipping program for DSLR rigs, Zip Kits to your Zip Code. Many people own their own cameras and Zacuto knows that shipping accessories can be quite costly. The new program offers free shipping of any handheld Zacuto DSLR camera support rig to any Zacuto rental client in the United States. All Zip Kits are shipped in their own custom foam and require minimum assembly.

"This will be a really good way to make Zacuto gear more accessible to people," says Zacuto Rentals Associate, Leo Koesterer. "This new system is designed to take all the guesswork out of the rigs. Clients won't forget any small parts because all the organizing, shipping and assembly is taken care of on our end."

Zip Kits will be available for Zacuto Target Shooter, Striker, Crossfire and Double Barrel rigs. The Crossfire and Double Barrel rigs include a follow focus plus three Zipgears and all Zip Kits also come with a 2.5x Z-Finder. For more details on our handheld DSLR rigs, check out

"I think in the past, people have been disappointed with the price of shipping," says Zacuto Rentals Associate, Alex Birnie. "With free shipping, our clients won't have to worry about that extra cost anymore."

All Zip Kits will also contain a return shipping label. Once the shoot is over, all the client needs to do is attach the return shipping label and drop the case off at any UPS location. The free shipping will only apply to the actual camera support rigs. Any cameras, lenses or other gear must ship separately at the client's expense.

Call Joe, Leo or Alex at 312-863-3453 to set up your Zip Kit rental today.

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.