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Davis & Sanford ProVista 6510 Tripod with V10 Fluid Head (65mm Ball Leveler)

B&H # DAPVTV10 Mfr # PROVISTA6510
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You Pay: $92.66
Product Highlights
  • Maximum Load Capacity - 10 lb (4.53 kg)
  • 2-Stage Aluminum Tripod
  • Maximum Height - 60" (152.4cm)
  • Adjustable Flip Leg Locks
  • 360° Panning / 90° Tilting
  • Pan Lock / Tilt Lock
  • Adjustable Pan Handle
  • 3.5 x 2.5" (88.9 x 63.5mm) Platform
  • Quick Release Plate
  • 65mm Bowl / Ball

The Davis & Sanford ProVista 6510 Tripod with V10 Fluid Head (65mm Ball Leveler) is a professional tripod offering a maximum load capacity of 10 lb (4.53kg). The 2-stage aluminum tripod features a maximum height of 60" (152.4cm), a minimum height of 28" (71.1cm), and is suitable for videography on the field, in studio, or for educational and industrial applications.

Using the adjustable flip leg locks, you can easily set up and use the ProVista 6510 tripod in any conditions. The 65mm bowl of the non-glare, black anodized tripod is mated to the V10 fluid head's 65mm ball to offer a complete video tripod solution.

A 360° panning and 90° up/down tilting complemented with pan-lock and tilt-lock features enable you to shoot professional quality video. An adjustable pan bar further helps for smooth panning and tilting. The featured large 3.5 x 2.5" (88.9 x 63.5mm) platform and a quick release plate with ¼”-20 mounting screw ensure compatibility with most cameras. Equipped with a spring counterbalance, the V10 head ensures stable and smooth tilt shots.

Professional tripod with a maximum load capacity of 10 lb (4.53 kg)
Durable aluminum construction
2-Stage tripod provides a maximum height of 60" (152.4 cm) and a minimum height of 28" (71.1 cm)
Suitable for videography on the field, in studio, or for educational and industrial applications
Adjustable flip leg locks for easy set up in any conditions
65 mm bowl of the non-glare, black anodized tripod mates to the 65 mm ball of the V10 fluid head to offer a complete video tripod solution
360° Panning and 90° up/down tilting to cover most shooting angles
Panning and tilting can be locked to avoid wavy shots
Adjustable pan bar further helps for smooth panning and tilting
Large 3.5 x 2.5" (88.9 x 63.5 mm) platform and a quick release plate with ¼"-20 mounting screw ensure compatibility with most cameras
Spring counterbalance counters accidental tilting and smooth tilt shots
Durable, padded carrying bag for protection and portability

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General
Load Capacity 10 lb (4.53 kg)
Maximum Height 60" (152.4 cm)
Minimum Height 28" (71.1 cm)
Material Aluminum
Head Attachment Fitting 65 mm
Leg Stages/Sections 2-Stage / 3 sections
Leg Lock Type Flip lock
Head
Quick Release/Wedge Plate Yes
Tilt Range 90º
Tilt Lock Available
Spring Loaded Counter Balance Available
Pan Range 360º
Pan Lock Available
Weight 7 lb / 3.17 kg (with V10 head)
Davis & Sanford ProVista 6510 Tripod with V10 Fluid Head (65mm Ball Leveler)
  • Padded Carry Bag
  • 10-Year Warranty
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