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One of the most popular sized heads in the broadcast community, more and more users are discovering the Silk-Broadcast Daiwa 08 Tripod Head with Camera Balance System as lighter-weight DV cameras proliferate. The professional Cam Balance System creates smooth performance with a full range of drag controls for tilt and pan movements. A compact design and all metal construction offer years of outstanding reliability. Designed for outstanding performance with DV cameras weighing 13 to 20 lbs.
Construction - Utilizes die-cast alloys, composites, titanium and bronze materials, to bring about lightweight design and construction, for outstanding quality, reliability and performance.
Perfect Balance - Features a rotating knob that allows adjusting the counterbalance to compensate the weight of the camera. Providing excellent performances at any tilt angle from +90° to -70° degrees.
Quick Release Plate - The sliding quick release plate with safety lock provides +/- 2.5 inches of adjustment, for perfect horizontal counterbalance.
Pan and Tilt Drag - The Daiwa-08 offers a variable and repeatable viscosity fluid drag system, ensuring perfect pictures while pan and tilt movements, without jerks and vibrations. Once set on the right setting you can always go back, with the line markings on the adjustment knobs.
Built-in spirit level, for easy horizontal leveling
Maximum load capacity of up to 22 lbs.
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