Davis & Sanford Provista 7518B Tripod Kit with V18 Fluid Head and Universal Dolly

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Davis & Sanford Provista 7518B Tripod Kit with V18 Fluid Head and Universal Dolly
Key Features
  • Fluid Head with 18 lb Capacity
  • 75mm Claw Ball Leveler
  • Double-Strut Top Leg Section
  • Height Range of 28 to 64"
The Davis & Sanford Provista 7518B Tripod Kit with V18 Fluid Head and Universal Dolly from B&H provides stable support for videographers working with larger camcorders weighing up to 18 lb, and is ideal for studio use thanks to an included adjustable dolly. The aluminum alloy legs feature double-strut top leg sections for extra stability and a 75mm claw ball leveler for the V18 Fluid Head. An included mid-level spreader adds additional leg rigidity, while large rubber leg tips provide a secure grip on a variety of surfaces. The adjustable tripod dolly features three-inch ball bearing rubber/metal wheels to easily move the tripod around the studio. The system offers a height range of 28 to 64", folding down to 29" for storage inside the included padded carrying case.
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Davis & Sanford ProVista V18 Tripod System Overview

The Davis & Sanford Provista 7518B Tripod Kit with V18 Fluid Head and Universal Dolly from B&H provides stable support for videographers working with larger camcorders weighing up to 18 lb, and is ideal for studio use thanks to an included adjustable dolly. The aluminum alloy legs feature double-strut top leg sections for extra stability and a 75mm claw ball leveler for the V18 Fluid Head. An included mid-level spreader adds additional leg rigidity, while large rubber leg tips provide a secure grip on a variety of surfaces. The adjustable tripod dolly features three-inch ball bearing rubber/metal wheels to easily move the tripod around the studio. The system offers a height range of 28 to 64", folding down to 29" for storage inside the included padded carrying case.

Davis & Sanford Provista 7518B Tripod with V18 Fluid Head

From the field to the studio, the David & Sanford Provista 7518B Tripod with V18 Fluid Head provides stable support for videographers working with larger camcorders weighing up to 18 lb. The aluminum alloy legs feature double-strut top leg sections for extra stability, and a 75mm claw ball leveler for the V18 Fluid Head. An included mid-level spreader adds additional leg rigidity, while large rubber leg tips provide a secure grip on a variety of surfaces. The system offers a height range of 28 to 64" and folds down to 29" for storage inside the included padded carrying case. Dual pan bar handles for the fluid head are provided.

Key Features

  • V18 Fluid Head with 18 lb load capacity
  • Aluminum tripod with double-strut top leg section of stability
  • 75mm claw ball leveler with 3/8"-16 stud
  • Mid-level spreader
  • Height range from 28 to 64"
  • Self-aligning metal quick-flip leg locks
  • Dual pan bar handles
  • Large rubber leg tips for superior grip in a variety of surfaces
  • Padded carrying case
UPC: 049383056334

Davis & Sanford W3 Universal Folding Dolly with 3" Wheels

The Davis & Sanford W3 Universal Folding Dolly with 3" Wheels is an adjustable tripod dolly with 3" ball-bearing rubber/metal wheels. It features a 35 lb load capacity and can be used with all standard tripods. It can conveniently be folded up to a compact 24" x 7" for transport and has a carry handle. The 3" wheels have "step on brakes" that lock and unlock their rolling and swivel movement.

UPC: 049383221336

Davis & Sanford Provista 7518B Tripod with V18 Fluid Head Specs

Load Capacity18 lb
Ball Base75 mm
Leg ConstructionAluminum
Leg SectionsThree
Leg DiameterDouble-Strut Leg Sections: 0.75" / 19 mm
Middle Leg Section: 1.25" / 32 mm
Quick Release PlateQRFM18
Minimum Height28" / 71.1 cm
Maximum Height64" / 162.6 cm
Folded Length29" / 73.7 cm
Weight12 lb / 5.4 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight12.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)37 x 7.5 x 7.5"

Davis & Sanford W3 Universal Folding Dolly with 3" Wheels Specs

Tripod Foot CompatibilityRound Feet
Working Footprint31" / 78.7 cm
Adjustable FootprintNo
Load Capacity35 lb / 16 kg
Folded Length24" / 60.9 cm
Locking WheelsYes
Wheel Diameter3" / 7.6 cm
Cable GuardsNo
MaterialAluminum
Weight7 lb / 3.2 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)22.5 x 7.4 x 6.5"
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What is the actual height once the tripod is mounted on the dolly?
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The dolly is approximately 5 high to the tripod foot. So add that to whatever height you set the tripod to. The tripods minimum height is 28 (71.1 cm) and it's maximum height is 64 (162.6 cm).
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Date published: 2018-08-26

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Asked by: Kelsey
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Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2019-07-05

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Is the head removable and would I be able to replace the head with a manfrotto 502?
Asked by: Kunal S.
Yes it will fit. You will not need any adapters as they are the same size shaft. As for me personally i would keep stock head over that one
Answered by: Michael B T.
Date published: 2018-08-26

How well does this work with lighter camcorders ...

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This tripod will work perfectly fine with a light camcorder.
Answered by: Zachary
Date published: 2021-02-05

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Is there an adapter to use this head (V18) on other mounts, such as a slider carriage? (https://<a href= http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1204482-REG/revo_rs_600af_v2_camera_track_slider_v2.html target= _blank >www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1204482-REG/revo_rs_600af_v2_camera_track_slider_v2.html</a>)
Asked by: John
The base of the V18 has a 3/8 stud and cannot be attached to the slider directly. You would need to use an adapter such as this one; ProMediaGear Pro Stix Hi-Hat Riser for 75mm Ball Systems B&H # PRTRHH1. However, this does raised the camera possibly too high. You may wish to consider a head such as this one which will attach directly. Magnus VPH-10 2-Way Pan/Tilt Head B&H # MAVPH10.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
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Any tricks for adjusting fluid tension? My first ...

Any tricks for adjusting fluid tension? My first one of these is fine. But my second is too stiff, causing ride-back to every tilt.
Asked by: Roger L.
I was fully aware of the tension knob, but it fails to affect the tension sufficiently. I've done extensive testing on this, and determined that the fluid is simply much stiffer than that in my other tripod/head of this exact same make & model purchase a year or so previous. I will be working with the manufacturer to get a warranty repair, under their standing 10-year warranty. My impression -- as a 33-yr R&D chemical engineer who works a lot on fluid rheology -- is that they just got an off-batch of the damping fluid.
Answered by: Roger L.
Date published: 2021-05-11

Anyone know how much it’s weigh?

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Asked by: Ahsan
I measured 8.6 lb by difference on my bathroom scale (holding vs. not holding it). So it's much heavier than most photography tripods. The claimed "12 lbs" may be the full shipping weight including the carry bag, which is pretty nice, the box itself, internal packing, and a some rounding up. I bought a ballast hammock that velcros onto the three legs, in which I add a 20-lb plate weight (from weightlifting gym gear). This gives extra solidity vs. me incidentally bumping things. It's a good tripod for the price. The fluid heads are a little variable (some fluid is a bit stiff for my tastes), but a good design & build for the money.
Answered by: Roger L.
Date published: 2019-08-05

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yes, enjoy your stargazing!
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Date published: 2021-09-17
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