Acebil CS-782G(N) Professional Aluminum Tripod Kit with Ground Spreader

BH #ACCS782GN • MFR #CS-782G(N)
Acebil CS-782G(N) Professional Aluminum Tripod Kit with Ground Spreader
Key Features
  • 39.6 lb Load Capacity
  • Sliding Quick Release Plate
  • 100mm Ball Head
  • 2-Stage Aluminum Tripod
The CS-782G(N) Professional Aluminum Tripod Kit from Acebil includes the CH7(F) 100mm fluid head, the T1002 aluminum tripod, the GS-3 ground spreader, and an S-52 carrying case. The tripod features a two-stage design and aluminum construction that supports loads up to 39.6 lb. It features a 24.8 to 67.4" adjustable height range, and it is equipped with a sliding quick release plate and pan bar.
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Acebil CS-782G(N) Professional Aluminum Tripod Kit with Ground Spreader

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Acebil CS-782G(N) Overview

The CS-782G(N) Professional Aluminum Tripod Kit from Acebil includes the CH7(F) 100mm fluid head, the T1002 aluminum tripod, the GS-3 ground spreader, and an S-52 carrying case. The tripod features a two-stage design and aluminum construction that supports loads up to 39.6 lb. It features a 24.8 to 67.4" adjustable height range, and it is equipped with a sliding quick release plate and pan bar.

Acebil CH7(F) Fluid Head (100mm Ball)

Designed for use with 100mm bowl tripods, the Acebil CH7(F) Fluid Head features a 100mm ball design and supports loads up to 33 lb. An 8-step counterbalance allows you to compensate for the weight of your rig for better balancing, while independent 6-step pan and tilt drag settings provide adjustable resistance for precise movements. A sliding quick release plate attaches to your camera via a 1/4"-20 or 3/8"-16 screw, for easy attachment and removal. To assist in keeping your shots level, even in dim environments, the head has a built-in LED illuminated bubble level. A pan bar comes included and can be attached on either the left or right side of the head.

Key Features

  • Supports loads up to 33 lb
  • 100mm ball
  • 8-Step counterbalance
  • Independent 6-step pan and tilt drag settings
  • Tilt range: +90° / -70°
  • Built-in LED illuminated bubble level
  • Sliding quick release plate with 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 screws
  • Included pan bar can be attached on left or right side of head

Acebil T1002G Tripod Legs (100mm Bowl)

Get your video tripod system started off on the right feet with these T1002G Tripod Legs from Acebil. Able to hold up to 88 lb and equipped with a 100mm bowl fitting for numerous standard heads, this aluminum tripod is a very capable option for many heavy video camera systems. This model features a 2-stage design with an adjustable height of 17.7 to 60.2", as well as a ground spreader for added stability and support. This tripod also includes a carrying case for protection during transport and storage.

Can hold camera systems weighing up to 88 lb
2-stage design allows for height adjustment between 17.7 to 60.2"
Equipped with a ground spreader, users will be able to quickly set up and enjoy a more stable support

Acebil CH7(F) Fluid Head (100mm Ball) Specs

Camera Plate
Camera Plate FeaturesSliding Balance Plate, Quick Release
Camera Mounting Screw1 x 1/4"-20 Male
1 x 3/8"-16 Male
Tripod Platform
Base Mount100 mm Half Ball
Pan & Tilt
Drag Control6-Step Plus 0
Vertical Tilt+90° to -70°
Panning Range360°
Independent Pan LockYes
Independent Tilt LockYes
Physical
Load Capacity33 lb / 14.97 kg
Counter BalanceIncremental 8-Step Plus 0
Bubble Level1 x Illuminated
Weight7.5 lb / 3.4 kg

Acebil T1002G Tripod Legs (100mm Bowl) Specs

General
Head Mount Type100 mm Bowl
Load Capacity88 lb / 40 kg
Maximum Working Height60.2" / 153 cm
Minimum Working Height17.7" / 45 cm
Folded Length28.8" / 73.2 cm
MaterialsAluminum
Weight9.3 lb / 4.2 kg
Legs
Leg Sections3
Packaging Info
Package Weight14.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)39.8 x 9.4 x 8.9"
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