Miller announces new tripods

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Miller has announced new tripods ahead of NAB 2019.

75 SPRINTER II 2 STAGE CARBON FIBRE TRIPOD

The 1620 75 Sprinter II 2 Stage Carbon Fibre Tripod is a smaller version of the 100 Sprinter II tripod that uses a 75mm bowl instead of 100mm.

Key features

  • Integrated 75mm bowl.
  • High speed independent 2-stage dual leg locks.
  • Lightweight carbon fibre tubing.
  • In-line carry handle.
  • Suited for mid-level spreader.
  • Integrated stainless steel spikes.
  • Stay flat rubber feet (optional).
  • Integrated transport clips.
  • 3 year warranty.

The 75 Sprinter employs Miller’s patented design, which enables the leg stages to be adjusted independently or together via two adjacent leg locks. These locks are conveniently located at waist height to eliminate the need for the user to bend down or stretch up, which is crucial when speed and occupational health count.

Miller 1620 75 SPRINTER II STG TRIPOD

Specifications

Maximum Payload Capacity

30kg (66lbs)
Weight
3.2kg (7.0lbs)
Height Range440-1530mm (17.3-60.4″)
Transport Length700mm (27.6″)

NEW HDC TRIPOD RANGE FOR CINEMATOGRAPHERS

miller hdc

The Heavy Duty Cine (HDC) range of single stage tripods have been designed specifically for cinema shoots and are available in three sizes — tall, standard and short with various mounting platforms, including Mitchell base, 150mm or 100mm, and can be configured with a ground or mid-level spreader.

The tripods in this line are designed with alloy construction and have a black coating to minimize reflections off the legs during a shoot, a feature widely requested by users worldwide.

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The HDC tripods are available in multiple configurations, with or without a ground spreader

AIR, DS AND COMPASS X SLIDING RANGE EXTENDED

Miller also announces two new camera plate sizes which are compatible with the Air, DS and Compass X Fluid Heads.

The 30mm plate (1209) is designed for smaller mirrorless & DSLR cameras where the longer 120mm plate (1207) is for larger cinema cameras. The standard plate is 60mm (1204/1205) which was often too large or too small depending on the camera being used.

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