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Libec RS-350R Tripod System With Floor Spreader

B&H # LIRS350R MFR # RS-350R
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Product Highlights

  • Stop Camera At Any Angle, Precisely
  • Drag System Reduces Wobble & Backlash
  • Use At Temperatures to -40 Degrees F
  • New Design Has Superb Rigidity
  • LED Bubble Level
  • Extendable Panhandle & Rubber Grips
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You Pay: $1,170.00

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The Libec RS-350R Tripod System With Floor Spreader is a lightweight, cost-effective support system designed for small handheld cameras used with accessories (such as a light, or a matte box).

It starts with the RH35R, a professional tripod head that, due to its variable counterbalance system, can accommodate a wide variety of small HD cameras--from handheld to semi-shoulder-mount--and still maintain perfect balance. Combined with a 2-step drag mode and an ability to function in temperatures as low as -40°F (-40°C), the RH35R provides smooth, dependable panning and tilting.

Supporting the RH35R is the RT30B 2-stage aluminum tripod. Its increased maximum height and 75mm ball diameter ensure torsional rigidity, with stability further enhanced by the use of aluminum die casting material for the tripod's upper leg casing. The spreader keeps the legs in place on uneven surfaces while a set of FP-2B large rubber feet add traction on floors while preventing scratching.

Weighing only 13 lb combined, the system extends as high as 5.4' or as low as 32". The entire kit fits into the included RC-30 carrying bag, which can open flat for use as a floor mat for equipment when on location.

Ideal Counterbalance
Complete counterbalance make it possible to stop the camera precisely at any tilt angle.
Significantly Improved Drag System
The mechanism of the drag system makes for a quantum leap in operability when panning or tilting. There is also a significant reduction in the wobbling of the image that occurs with panning at the start of shooting, as well as in the backlash that occurs at the end of panning.
Superb Low Temperature Performance
Use this unit in temperatures as low as -40 degrees F (-40 degrees C). Ordinary torque performance is demonstrated even in frigid climates.
Outstanding Rigidity
Newly designed tripod eliminates wobbling of the image caused by tripod twisting.
Equipped with an extendable panhandle and a rubber grip for precise camera movement.
LED bubble level is built in to tripod.

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General
Load Capacity 20 lb (9 kg)
Maximum Height 5.45' (1.66 m)
Maximum Height w/o Column Extended N/A
Minimum Height 22" (56 cm)
Folded Length Not specified by manufacturer
Leveling Bubble/Illuminated Yes
Weight 13.6 lb (6.2 kg)
Head
Counter Balance System Continuous counterbalance
Counterbalance range: 6.5 to 16.5 lb (3 to 7.5 kg)
Quick Release/Wedge Plate Yes
Tilt Drag Yes, free plus 3-step
Tilt Range +90°/-70°
Tilt Lock Yes
Spring Loaded Counter Balance Yes, adjustable
Pan Range Not specified by manufacturer
Pan Lock Yes
Legs
Material Aluminum
Head Attachment Fitting 75mm ball
Leg Stages/Sections 2 stage
Independent Leg Spread N/A
Spiked/Retractable Feet No
Center Brace Floor Spreader
Packaging Info
Package Weight 22.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 36.0 x 14.0 x 10.0"
Libec RS-350R Tripod System With Floor Spreader
  • RH35R Pan and Tilt Fluid Head
  • RT30B 2-Stage Aluminum Tripod
  • Floor Spreader
  • FP-2B Large Rubber Feet (Set of 3)
  • Carrying Case
  • 3-Year Warranty
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