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Foba Asmia P Dual Tilting Head

Foba Asmia P Dual Tilting Head

Foba Asmia P Dual Tilting Head

B&H # FODTHHG MFR # F-ASMIA-P
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Product Highlights

  • Load Capacity of 44 lb
  • Quick-Lock Locking Lever
  • Bubble Level
  • Calibrated 360° Panning
  • Handle Grip
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You Pay: $1,971.76

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The Asmia P Dual Tilting Head from Foba is a suitable tripod head for the serious large camera photographer. This dual tilting head is engineered with a 44 lb load capacity to hold heavier large format or video cameras.

The head allows an almost unlimited range of motion, from -15° to +105°, allowing you to go beyond 90° and straighten your horizon when the bubble level shows that the tripod is on uneven ground.

The panorama plate is mounted on needle bearings allowing the head to handle much heavier loads than ball bearings. It is also calibrated in 5° intervals with a separate thumb screw to control full 360° panning. A handle grip is mounted to the camera plate to ease control of your camera while tilting or panning.

 

 

Quick-lock handles replace thumb screws, making adjustments easier and more precise
Handle grip allows you to control the camera's movement while tilting or panning
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Foba Asmia P Dual Tilting Head
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Height 4.5" (115 mm)
    Maximum Load Capacity 44 lb (20 kg)
    Diameter of Panorama 3.1" (80 mm)
    Tilt Range -15° to +105° front to back and side to side
    Tripod Mount Thread Size 3/8"-16
    Bubble Level 1
    Weight 4.85 lb (2.2 kg)
    Grip Arm 5.9" (15.0 cm)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.0 x 7.9 x 7.0"

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