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Nov 07, 2023

RigWheels has announced the Mag-Tight Curve. This is a follow-up to the RigWheels Mag-Tight windshield mount that was announced in 2016.

The standard Mag-Tight kit has been and continues to be used on productions all around the world. So why the need for the Mag-Tight Curve? Well, the one issue with the Mag-Tight kit was the inability to use windshield wipers or when you needed to place the system on a portion of the windshield where the wipers would not pass over.

The new Mag-Tight Curve solves this problem because its domed surface allows the wipers to pass over.

The rest of the system is identical to the original and the new curved magnets are interchangeable with the standard RigMount 100 magnets so customers who already own Mag-Tight kits can upgrade by purchasing two of the new RigMount 100 Curve magnets.

If you are not familiar with the Mag-Tight Camera Windshield Mount. It is a super easy and very quick way to mount a DSLR sized camera or other production devices, like transmitters, monitors, and antennas, to a vehicle.

I have used the system many times when mounting cameras on vehicles. Magnets are so much more reliable than using suction cups. Suction mounts lose power over time, whereas the RigWheels rubber coated magnets let you attach your camera for as long as you want without losing any strength.

The Mag-Tight Curve kit includes:

The Mag-Tight Curve kit is now shipping for $275.00 USD ($25.00 more than the original version).

Matthew Allard is a multi-award-winning, ACS accredited freelance Director of Photography with over 30 years' of experience working in more than 50 countries around the world.He is the Editor of and has been writing on the site since 2010.Matthew has won 48 ACS Awards, including five prestigious Golden Tripods. In 2016 he won the Award for Best Cinematography at the 21st Asian Television Awards.Matthew is available to hire as a DP in Japan or for work anywhere else in the world.