Photo Clam Orion Tilt Head

Photo Clam Orion Tilt Head

Photo Clam Orion Tilt Head

B&H # PHORION MFR # PC31-ORION
Photo Clam Orion Tilt Head

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Product Highlights

  • Gimbal Head for Long Telephoto Lenses
  • Balance Camera's Center of Gravity
  • Arca-Style Quick-Release Clamp
  • Weighs 3.1 lb
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Photo Clam PC31-ORION overview

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The Photo Clam Orion Tilt Head is a gimbal-style head for supporting cameras with long telephoto lenses. Mounting a heavy lens on a gimbal head at its center of gravity enables easy manipulation of its position in every dimension, to capture birds in flight and other faraway, fast-moving subjects.

The lightweight (3.1 lb) Orion Tilt Head has a built-in Arca-Swiss-style quick-release clamp for attaching a dovetail (sold separately).

Specialized tilt (gimbal) head for capturing birds in flight with telephoto lenses
The design allows you to rotate your lens around its center of gravity and thus easily manipulate very large lenses
Enables capturing the subtle rhythms of subjects using lenses whose size and weight are anything but subtle
Lighter than many similar competing products
UPC: 659096370193
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Photo Clam Orion Tilt Head
  • 8 Year Limited Warranty
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    Photo Clam PC31-ORION specs

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    Head Type Gimbal Head
    Quick Release Plate Type Arca-Type
    Number of Bubble Levels None
    Friction Control No
    Independent Pan Lock Yes
    Physical
    Dimensions H: 9.1 x W: 2.4 x L: 9.8" / H: 23.0 x W: 6.0 x L: 25.0 cm
    Weight 3.1 lb / 1.4 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 4.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.4 x 10.4 x 4.0"

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