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Miller CompassXV2 Solo-Q 75 3-St Carbon Fibre Tripod.

SKU: 4030
  • Compact, light and versatile
  • 75mm ball levelling
  • Perfect for payloads to 0-8kg (17.6lbs)
  • 15+0 selectable counterbalance positions
  • Ergonomically located CB Plus™ switch
  • 3+0 selectable positions of fluid pan and tilt drag
  • Positive selection radial ring controls
  • 3-stage rapid leg lock extension
  • Lightweight carbon fibre legs
  • Comes with 2-stage tripod bag
  • 3 year warranty

$3,252.80

Description

The Versa CXV2, Solo-Q 75 3-stage (carbon fibre) system consists of the Versa CXV2 fluid head and the ultra-light, super rigid Solo-Q 75 3-stage Carbon Fibre Tripod designed for “on the go” creative professionals needing a versatile and affordable solution with uncompromised performance. Whether you shoot with a mirrorless camera, DSLR, mid-sized cine-rig or an ENG camera, Versa CXV2 is capable of balancing payloads from 0kg to 8kg. It features advanced precision fluid drag, intuitive controls, and fast set-up.

The Versa CXV2 employs CB Plus™ technology providing 16 positions of counterbalance and, with 3+0 settings of Millers unrivalled fluid drag coupled with 100mm of camera plate travel, you can easily select the perfect set-up to match your configuration for ultimate camera control.

The Versa CXV2 is matched with the 3-stage Solo-Q (carbon fibre) tripod that results in a range topping height range of 398-2049mm (15.71-80.68″), rapid action twist locks on independent stages and the versatility of Q-Lock to set up the system across all terrains.

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