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Cambo Basic Camera Support

B&H # CACSABRIX Mfr # 99210050
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This item is usually Drop Shipped from the MFR/Distributor within 7-10 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at the time of placing the order with the vendor. Item is non-cancelable and non-returnable.

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You Pay: $399.00
Product Highlights
  • CS-M0 Compact Camera/Tripod Mount
  • CS-151 Triple Rod Clamp
  • CS-1509 Iris Rod (120mm)
  • CS-1522 Iris Rod (250mm)
  • High-grade Aluminum Construction
  • Black Finish
  • Stores Rotation Angle of Unit

The Cambo Basic Camera Support consists of a CS-M0 compact camera/tripod mount, a CS-151 triple rod clamp, a CS-1509 iris rod (120 mm), and a CS-1522 iris rod (250 mm). Providing stability during handheld video capturing with HDSLR cameras, the rig is ideal for use with handheld HDSLR cameras and can be easily extended with a Cambo H1 or H2 handgrip.

Designed to mount DSLR and small DV cameras to the Cambo CS-HDSLR Rigs, the Basic Camera Support is ideal to be used in simple and lightweight HDSLR setup without additional tripod mount. Made of precision milled high-grade aluminum, the mount has a black anodized finish.

When used with the CS-15 iris rods, the CS-151 Rod Clamp stores the rotation angle of the unit and reproduces it quickly while recalling the previous setup thereby reducing the setup time. The wing knob features a lock that prevents it from falling of the unit when unloosening the clamp. It is made of precision milled high-grade aluminum, and has a black finish.

The 2 rods - CS-1509 iris rod (120mm) and CS-1522 iris rod (250mm), when used in combination with the CS-151 clamp offer a memory slot to store the user preset rotation angle of the CS-151 clamp thereby reducing set up time. When used with the CS-155 clamp, the 2 rods can be extended in length.

Consists of a CS-M0 compact camera/tripod mount, a CS-151 triple rod clamp, a CS-1509 iris rod (120 mm), and a CS-1522 iris rod (250 mm)
Provides stability during handheld video capturing with HDSLR cameras
Can be easily extended with a Cambo H1 or H2 handgrip
Designed to mount DSLR and small DV cameras to the Cambo CS-HDSLR Rigs
Ideal for use with simple and lightweight HDSLR setup without additional tripod mount
Made of precision milled high-grade aluminum
Black anodized finish

CS-151 Rod Clamp

Stores the rotation angle of the unit and reproduces it quickly while recalling the previous setup thereby reducing the setup time
Has a wing knob that features a lock to prevent it from falling of the unit when unloosening the clamp
Made of precision milled high-grade aluminum
Black finish

2 Rods - CS-1509 Iris Rod (120 mm) and CS-1522 Iris Rod (250 mm)

Offers a memory slot to store the user preset rotation angle of the CS-151 clamp thereby reducing set up time (when used in combination with the CS-151 clamp)
Can be extended in length (when used with the CS-155 clamp)
Cambo Basic Camera Support
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