Arca-Swiss Core 75 Leveler Classic with Screw Knob Lock

BH #ARC75LC • MFR #860112
Arca-Swiss Core 75 Leveler Classic with Screw Knob Lock
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 66 lb
  • Adjustment Range: +/-15° on X/Y Axis
  • 360° Panning on Top and Bottom Base
  • Arc Movement Keeps Camera Axis Cantered
The precise and fluid Core 75 Leveler Classic with Screw Knob Lock from Arca-Swiss is equipped with a double-dovetail clamp that is compatible with Arca-Swiss Classic plates, monoballFix plates, and Arca-Swiss monorail cameras. The clamp easily locks down by turning the Classic screw-knob mechanism. The head works on arc movements that keep your camera centered over your tripod, so you never lose your center of axis. Each X and Y axis has +/-15° of micrometric adjustment, which is controlled by two geared telescopic knobs, which pull out if you are using a larger camera and can't reach the knobs. The head has 360° panning on both the top and bottom base, and the top pan has a scale for a repeated setup or for measuring intervals when creating a panoramic shot. The Core 75 can hold camera equipment weighing up to 66 lb, and with each movement you make, there is no need to lock a knob because of its self-locking gear.
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Arca-Swiss 860112 Overview

The precise and fluid Core 75 Leveler Classic with Screw Knob Lock from Arca-Swiss is equipped with a double-dovetail clamp that is compatible with Arca-Swiss Classic plates, monoballFix plates, and Arca-Swiss monorail cameras. The clamp easily locks down by turning the Classic screw-knob mechanism. The head works on arc movements that keep your camera centered over your tripod, so you never lose your center of axis. Each X and Y axis has +/-15° of micrometric adjustment, which is controlled by two geared telescopic knobs, which pull out if you are using a larger camera and can't reach the knobs. The head has 360° panning on both the top and bottom base, and the top pan has a scale for a repeated setup or for measuring intervals when creating a panoramic shot. The Core 75 can hold camera equipment weighing up to 66 lb, and with each movement you make, there is no need to lock a knob because of its self-locking gear.

The leveling head can hold camera equipment weighing up to 66 lb.
The Core 75 is equipped with a double-dovetail clamp that is compatible with Arca-Swiss Classic plates, monoballFix plates, and Arca-Swiss monorail cameras.
The clamp locks via its Classic screw knob mechanism.
The head works on arc movements that keep your camera centered over your tripod, so you never lose your center of axis.
Each X and Y axis has +/-15° of micrometric adjustment, which is controlled by two geared knobs that are self-locking.
The geared knobs telescope out, so you can reach the knob when using larger cameras.
There is a 360° pan on the top and the bottom base of the head. The top pan has a scale for a repeated setup or for measuring turning intervals when creating a panoramic shot.

Arca-Swiss 860112 Specs

Load Capacity66 lb / 30 kg
Tilt Range±15° on X and Y Axis
Panning Range360°
Quick ReleaseArca-Swiss Classic
monoballFix
Arca-Swiss Monorail Cameras
Spirit LevelBull's Eye
DiameterBase: 3" / 75 mm
Dimensions3.1 x 3.8 x 3" / 78 x 97 x 75 mm
Weight22.2 oz / 630 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.5 x 5.75 x 4"
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The main difference is that the Arca Swiss d4 offers 3D tilting and a panning base on top, while the Core 75 offers arc movements in order to keep the camera axis centered in addition to a panning base on top.
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