Miller 2010 Compass 12 Tripod System

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The Miller Compass 12 is a robust 75mm bowl fluid head with 4 counterbalance options and 3 drag setting on both the tilt and pan axis, capable of handling payloads up to 10kg. This system is supplied with the lightweight, strong and highly portable 3-stage Carbon Fibre Solo leg system which is ideal for camerapeople looking for height. The system is supplied in a soft bag.

Features:

  • Three selectable positions of drag plus a zero position
  • Four selectable positions of counterbalance for payloads between 2-10 kg / 4.4-22 lbs
  • Quick release sliding camera plate with 60mm travel
  • Illuminated bubble level
  • 75mm Ball levelling
  • Solo 75 3-Stage Carbon Fibre tripod
  • 3 Position Leg angle locks for a height range 390-2040 mm / 15.4-80.3"
  • Spikes with wind down rubber feet

The Compass 12 Solo 75 Carbon Fibre system consists of the Compass 12 fluid head and the ultra light yet rigid Solo 75 3-Stage Carbon Fibre Tripod. The system is designed to suit payload capacities from DSLR to DV camera set-ups with features including selectable smooth pan/tilt drags, illuminated bubble level, concentric self adjusting leg locks, light and high strength telescopic tubing and minimum travel length all offered in cost-effective system packages. This is the choice for DSLR/DV professionals on the go!

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Product Specification

Closed Length (cm) 82.8
Colour Black
Included Accessories Soft Case, Strap & Pan Handle with Handle Carrier
Maximum Height (cm) 204
Maximum Load (grams) 20000
Minimum Height (cm) 39
Number of Leg Sections 3
Primary Material Carbon Fibre
Weight (g) 6000
Manufacturer Link Miller
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Product Code: 1589697-wex Manufacturers Part Number: 2010 Got a question? Get it answered...