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Miller Compass 20 Solo 75-2 (carbon fibre)

Miller Compass 20 Solo 75-2 (carbon fibre)

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Location: United Kingdom
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Date Expires: 21/05/2019
Item ID: 198800

Miller Compass 20 Solo 75-2 (carbon fibre)

Miller Compass 20 Solo 75-2 (carbon fibre)

The Compass 20 Solo DV Carbon Fibre system combines with the innovative lightweight Solo DV CF tripod and Compass 20 fluid head to provide professional performance for the latest generation of lightweight HDV/DVCAM/XDCAM/P2HD and DSLR cameras.

Features:
  • Five selectable positions of high performance drag plus a zero position
  • Selectable counterbalance system for payloads between 2-12 kg/4.4-26.5 lbs
  • Quick release, 60mm (2.4") sliding camera platform with mini Euro plate mounting
  • Solo DV 2-Stage Carbon Fibre tripod
  • Leg angle lock for 234-1614mm/9.2-63.5" height range
  • Spike/Rubber feet support
  • 75mm ball levelling
Material Carbon Fibre
Construction 2-Stage
 
Maximum Height 1794 mm (70.6 in)
Minimum Height 414 mm (16.3 in)
 
Mounting Standard 75mm ball levelling
Payload Capacity 12.00 kg (26.5 lbs)
 
Payload Range 2-12kg
Transport Length 874 mm (34.4 in)
 
Weight 6.90 kg (15.2 lbs)

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