E-Image EG05A2 Two-Stage Aluminum Tripod System with Lightweight Dolly Kit

BH #EIEG05A2K (B&H Kit)
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E-Image EG05A2 Two-Stage Aluminum Tripod System with Lightweight Dolly Kit
Key Features
  • GA752 Tripod Legs with Mid-Spreader/Feet
  • GH05 Fluid Head with QR Plate & Pan Bar
  • Lightweight Foldable Tripod Dolly
  • 6.6-17 lb Payload/3-Step Counterbalance
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This B&H Kit combines a complete E-Image Two-Stage Tripod & Fluid Head System from Ikan with a Lightweight Dolly that will allow you to easily move the tripod from one camera position to another.
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E-Image EG05A2 Overview

This B&H Kit combines a complete E-Image Two-Stage Tripod & Fluid Head System from Ikan with a Lightweight Dolly that will allow you to easily move the tripod from one camera position to another.

The tripod system supports 6.6 to 17 lb payloads with three steps of counterbalance. It includes an aluminum tripod, fluid head, mid-level spreader, quick release plate, pan bar, and soft carry case. The dolly features non-marring 3" rubber wheels with individual wheel brakes.

E-Image EG05A2 Two-Stage Aluminum Tripod with GH05 Head (75mm)

This E-Image Two-Stage Tripod Kit from Ikan is a 75mm bowl base system offering a 6.6 to 17 lb payload range with three steps of counterbalance. The kit includes the GH05 fluid head, GA752 aluminum tripod legs, mid-level spreader, a quick release plate, pan bar, and soft carry case.

The tripod legs are height-adjustable from 32 - 67" (with the head attached), and feature a mono-lock system on each leg that allows you to lock both leg stages with just one twist of a knob. The fluid head offers a 90°/45° tilt range.

Key Features

  • 6.6 to 17 lb payload range with three steps of counterbalance
  • Includes a fluid head, tripod legs, mid-level spreader, quick release plate, pan bar, and soft carry case
  • Height-adjustable from 32 - 67" (with the head attached)
  • Mono-lock twist knob leg lock system
  • 90°/45° tilt range
UPC: 847983015450

E-Image Lightweight Tripod Dolly

The E-Image Lightweight Tripod Dolly from ikan is designed for use with all E-Image tripod legs that feature dual spiked feet. It supports up to 88 pounds and is ideal for moving tripods along a flat surface for quick re-positioning between shots. It is not recommended for use as a dolly for dolly shots. Instead, it is designed to help you move heavy tripods from one camera position to the next.

This tripod dolly features 3"-diameter, non-marring rubber wheels with individual brakes, and a 35" working base diameter. Once removed from your tripod legs, it folds for storage or transport.

Supports up to 88 pounds of tripod, camera, and accessories.
The 3" rubber wheels are non-marring during normal use, protecting the floor surface.
Each wheel incorporates its own foot-activated brake.
UPC: 847983014439

E-Image EG05A2 Two-Stage Aluminum Tripod with GH05 Head (75mm) Specs

GH05 Fluid Head
Ball Diameter75 mm
Payload6.6 to 17 lb / 3 to 7.7 kg
Counterbalance0-2
Tilt Range+90°/45°
Temperature Range-22 to 140°F / -30 to 60°
Weight3.7 lb / 1.7 kg
GA752 Tripod Legs
Maximum Height61.5" / 156 cm
With Head: 67" / 170 cm
Minimum Height25.5" / 65 cm
With Head: 32" / 81 cm
Folded Length28" / 71 cm
With Head: 33.5" / 85 cm
Payload88 lb / 40 kg
Spiked/Retractable FeetSpiked with F3 rubber foot covers
MaterialAluminum
Weight7.8 lb / 3.5 kg
With Head: 12.5 lb / 5.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight18.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)37.2 x 8.25 x 8.25"

E-Image Lightweight Tripod Dolly Specs

Tripod Foot CompatibilitySpiked Feet
Working Footprint35" / 88.9 cm
Adjustable FootprintNo
Load Capacity88 lb / 39.9 kg
Folded Length24" / 61.0 cm
Height7.0" / 17.8 cm
Locking WheelsYes
Wheel Diameter3" / 7.6 cm
Cable GuardsNo
MaterialAluminum
Weight8 lb / 3.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight9.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)23.1 x 8.6 x 8.5"
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