Arrow 25 (1774) Alloy Toggle Tripod, 2 Stage System - Mid Level Spreader
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The Arrow 25 Sprinter II 2 Stage tripod system combines the Arrow 25 fluid head with speedy and solid Sprinter II Alloy tripod to support the latest generation in acquisition from the DSLR to film-ready HDV alternatives to the lightweight ENG camcorders of payloads from 3.5-14 kg/7-30 lbs.
Arrow 25 (1022) Sprinter II 2-St Alloy Tripod (1580) Mid-Level Spreader (993) Pan Handle (694) Softcase (872) Feet (475) Arrow 25 Sprinter II 2-Stage Alloy System (mid-level spreader)
Ultra rigid, ultra fast Sprinter II ENG 2-Stage alloy tripod
Mid Spreader with adjustable centre hub
Inline carry handles
Arrow 25 5-position selectable pan/tilt head
4-position rear-mount Counterbalance
White LED illuminated bubble level and drag controls
1692 mm (66.6 in)
602 mm (23.7 in)
100mm ball levelling
14.00 kg (30.9 lbs)
3.5-14 kg/7-30 lbs
862 mm (33.9 in)
10.45 kg (23 lbs)
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