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Cartoni G112 Gamma Carbon Fiber Tripod System

Cartoni G112 Gamma Carbon Fiber Tripod System - consists of: G100 Gamma Head, H603 1-Stage Heavy-Duty Tripod and On-Ground Spreader - Supports 35 lbs

Cartoni G112 Gamma Carbon Fiber Tripod System - consists of: G100 Gamma Head, H603 1-Stage Heavy-Duty Tripod and On-Ground Spreader - Supports 35 lbs

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Cartoni G112 Gamma Carbon Fiber Tripod System

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Designed from rugged, lightweight and cost-effective state-of-the-art materials. The Gamma tripod system, consisting of the Gamma fluid head and the ENG tripod, is ideal for ENG digital camcorders weighing form 11 to 29 lbs.

The Gamma fluid head features the award winning, patented fluid damping system ensures consistent drag levels and smooth camera movements throughout the range and allows perfect reproduction of 10 basic tension settings continuously adjustable in both pan and tilt modes.
In addition an infinitely variable counterbalance with easily readable numeric reference, provides excellent performances at any tilt angle from -70° to +90° degrees.
The Gamma comes equipped with a standard 100mm-sliding platform with quick-release system, for additional tilt performances at -/+90 degrees.

The included Studio film-style twist lock aluminum or carbon fiber heavy-duty tripod, available in both single stage or two stage versions, provides for outstanding rigidity and robustness, for perfect pictures without jerks and vibrations under any condition.

Gamma Fluid Head

Continuously Adjustable Counterbalance System
The Gamma features an infinitely variable counterbalance with easily readable numeric reference providing excellent performances at any tilt angle from -70° to +90° degrees. Outstanding compensation performances are obtained throughout the tilt range, with a patented and extremely compact counterbalance mechanism based on the combined compression of 4 elastic elements, which are controlled by an ergonomic knob.
Pan and Tilt Control
The Gamma offers a patented fluid damping system ensuring consistent drag levels and smooth camera movements throughout the range and allows perfect reproduction of 10 basic tension settings continuously adjustable in both pan and tilt modes.
Equipped with a standard 100mm-sliding platform with quick-release system, or with an ultra-light integrated sliding camera plate with safety lock
Built-in illuminated spirit level allows easy set-up even in low light conditions.

H603 ENG Tripod

Heavy-duty carbon fiber construction
100mm / 4" bowl base
Single extension design
Maximum height 57.0-inch (not including head)
Non-slip Flip Locks, ensures maximum clamping efficiency at any height
In the Box
Cartoni G112 Gamma Carbon Fiber Tripod System - consists of: G100 Gamma Head, H603 1-Stage Heavy-Duty Tripod and On-Ground Spreader - Supports 35 lbs
  • Gamma Fluid Head (#G100)
  • Carbon Fiber Tripod Legs (#H603)
  • On-Ground Spreader (#P733)
  • 2x Telescopic Pan Bar (#G200)
  • Camera Mounting Plate (#B511)
  • Tie Down Cup (#B466)
  • Soft Carrying Case (#B406)
  • 5-Year Parts and Labor Warranty (Head)
    1-Year Warranty (Tripod)
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    Specifications
    Load Capacity 35.0 lbs (15.87 kg)
    Mount/Base 100mm 4" Half Ball
    Balance Plate Yes, 100mm Sliding Plate
    Pan & Tilt Range 360°, -70/+90°
    Pan & Tilt Drag Infinitely Adjustable with 10 Settings
    Leveling Bubble/Illuminated Yes / Illuminated
    Material Carbon Fiber
    Leg Stages/Sections 1/2
    Minimum Height 34.5" (87.63 cm)
    Maximum Height 64.75" (164.46 cm)
    Folded Length 41.25" (104.77 cm)
    Weight 18.4 lbs (8.34 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 26.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 45.0 x 10.0 x 10.0"

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