Compass 15 (1833) Solo 75 Carbon Fibre 2 Stage Tripod System
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Compass 15 (1034) Solo 75 2-St Carbon Fibre Tripod (1501) Pan Handle (679) Strap (1520) Softcase (876) Compass15 Solo 2-Stage Carbon Fibre System
The Compass 15 Solo DV Carbon Fibre system combines the innovative lightweight Solo tripod and Compass 15 fluid head to provide professional performance for the latest generation of lightweight HDV/DVCAM/XDCAM and P2HD cameras which makes it an ideal travel companion.
Five selectable positions of high performance drag plus a zero position
Selectable counterbalance system for payloads between 2-10 kg /4.4-22 lbs
60mm (2.4") sliding camera plate
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 SPECIFICATIONS
1784 mm (70.2 in)
404 mm (15.9 in)
75mm ball levelling
10.00 kg (22 lbs)
2-10 kg /4.4-22 lbs
864 mm (34 in)
6.70 kg (14.8 lbs)
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