Miller Compass20 Solo 3-Stage Carbon-Fiber System

Miller Compass20 Solo 3-Stage Carbon-Fiber System

Miller Compass20 Solo 3-Stage Carbon-Fiber System

B&H # MI2030 MFR # 2030
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Product Highlights

  • Supports Multiple Camera Types
  • Wide Payload Support
  • Selectable Drag Positions
  • Quick-Release Sliding Camera Plate
  • 75mm Ball Leveling
  • Spike/Rubber Feet
  • Three-Stage Design
  • Carbon-Fiber Construction
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The Compass20 Solo 3-Stage Carbon-Fiber System from Miller is a combination tripod and fluid head system designed for use with HDV, DVCAM, XDCAM, and P2HD cameras. It features a three-stage, telescoping design of carbon-fiber construction. Leg angle locks are available for height adjustment. Other features include a 60mm sliding camera plate, 75mm ball leveling, and spoke/rubber feet for extra stability.

Five selectable positions of high-performance drag plus a zero position
Selectable counterbalance system for payloads between 4.4 and 26.5 lbs (2 and 12 kg)
Quick-release 60mm sliding camera plate with mini Euro plate mounting
Solo DV three-stage carbon fiber construction
Leg angle lock for 9-73" height range (23-185 cm)
Spike/rubber feet support
75mm ball leveling
In the Box
Miller Compass20 Solo 3-Stage Carbon-Fiber System
  • Solo DV 3-Stage 75mm Carbon Fiber Tripod eeyrswcqsadzbyyrscsvczfr
  • 1036 Compass20 Fluid Head
  • Soft Case
  • 3 Year Parts & Labor Warranty
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    Miller Compass20 specs

    Material Carbon fiber
    Construction Three-stage
    Maximum Height 80.7" (2,050mm)
    Minimum Height 15.7" (400mm)
    Mount 75mm ball leveling
    Payload Capacity 26.5 lbs (12kg)
    Transport Length 33" (838mm)
    Weight 16.3 lbs (7.4kg)
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    Package Weight 23.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 37.5 x 12.5 x 10.6"

    Miller Compass20 reviews

    Compass20 Solo 3-Stage Carbon-Fiber System is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great design, detail and craftsmanship a lifetime investment Easy to set up; extremely smooth movements with no push back on stopping. The adjustable drag in all directions is great. The one-handed ball adjustment under the head is a great timesaver. I also like the very small size of the removable camera plate, and the solid way it mounts with 1/4 and 3/8 screws. Still discovering little design details that are well done. Multiple click stops control the angles of each leg are also nice. Not cheap but gives great results and is clearly going to last for many many shoots and trips. It's also easy to remove the head (same knob as you use to adjust the level) so packing in normal luggage becomes possible. The included carrying bag is also surprisingly well made.
    Date published: 2016-06-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product, mine came messed up I love this tripod/head. Everything you read about its performance is true. I am removing a star for one reason: the one I bought came with a cosmetic blemish that doesn't affect performance, but annoys me because it's there. If you pay >$3000 for a tripod, I think it should arrive in perfect condition. Like I said, it doesn't affect performance but it's ugly. I considered sending it back to get a new one, but shipping things this big is cumbersome and a hassle, and I use the tripod multiple times every week, so I decided to keep it and just live with the cosmetic blemish (which by the way looks like the finish on the metal never took properly.)
    Date published: 2016-10-23
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