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Balanced Fluid Head with Heavy Duty 2-Stage Tripod Legs and Spreader

Price: £6,250.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 14/01/2018
Item ID: 180121
Dealer: BROADCAST-HERO

Balanced Fluid Head with Heavy Duty 2-Stage Tripod Legs and Spreader

RONFORD-BAKER ATLAS + HD-2

1 x RONFORD-BAKER ATLAS (Balanced Fluid Head) with HD-2 (Heavy-Duty 2-Stage Tripod Legs and Spreader)
c/w: Mitchell / Moy Fitting, 1 x Pan Bar, Tripod Plate and Hard Case for Head & Accessories
All in perfect technical and good cosmetic condition (actual photos attached)
£6,250.00 excluding VAT & Delivery

Capable of taking cameras up to 50 Kgs (110 lbs) @ 30 cm (12) above the heads pivotal center
Operated by a single control knob, from 0- 100 %
Incorporating the well proven Ronford-Baker fluid system, with 15 stages of fluid control, on pan & tilt
With a zero (free) position

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