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Transvideo Betz Kit II for CineMonitorHD8

Transvideo Betz Kit II for CineMonitorHD8

Transvideo Betz Kit II for CineMonitorHD8

B&H # TRBKIIHD8 MFR # 918TS0225
Transvideo Betz Kit II for CineMonitorHD8

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Transvideo's Betz Kit II for CineMonitorHD8 includes a bridge for Betz, a pair of 16mm rods, and a yoke with bridge 89-16.

  • Bridge 89-16 for Betz

    Transvideo's Bridge 89-16 for Betz is used to mount 16mm diameter rods with 89mm spacing on Betz systems.

  • Yoke with Bridge 89-16 for CineMonitorHD8

    Tranvideo's Yoke with Bridge 89-16 for CineMonitorHD8 is used for mounting a monitor onto a Steadicam. It attaches to the center of gravity of the monitor and uses a constant torque rotating system. The monitor position can be adjusted without any tool.

    Attaches to the center of gravity of the monitor
    Uses constant torque rotating system
    The monitor position can be adjusted without any tool
    Fits on 0.62" (16mm) rods with 3.5" (89mm) spacing
  • 16mm Rods (150mm Long, Pair)

    The Transvideo 16mm Rods come in a pair. Each rod measures 5.91” (150mm) in length.

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  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty on Parts and Labor

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  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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Specifications
  • Bridge 89-16 for Betz
    Compatibility Compatible with Betz Systems
    Rod Compatibility 0.62" (16 mm) Diameter
    Weight 0.24 lbs (0.11 kg)
  • Yoke with Bridge 89-16 for CineMonitorHD8
    Rod Compatibility 0.62" (16 mm)
    Weight 0.88 lbs (0.4 kg)
  • 16mm Rods (150mm Long, Pair)
    Length Each Rod: 5.91" (150.00 mm)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.0 x 1.4 x 0.7"
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