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Vinten Elevation Unit for HDT1 Legs

Vinten Elevation Unit for HDT1 Legs

Price: £1,500.00
Location: United Kingdom
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Date Expires: 31/12/2022
Item ID: 211337

Vinten Elevation Unit for HDT1 Legs

Vinten Elevation Unit for HDT1 Legs

This Vinten Elevation Unit for HDT-1 Tripod is designed for use with the Vinten HDT-1 heavy duty tripod.

The elevation unit attaches directly to the tripod. A geared handle and an on-shot clamp provide a height range of 18" (45.8 cm). The unit supports a maximum payload of 250 lbs (113 kg). The pan and tilt head is attached to the elevation unit with a four-bolt fixing as standard, with Mitchell, Quickfix and 100/150 mm bowl adapters optional. Maximum height with the HDT-1 tripod and floor spreader is 71.3" (181.2 cm). Minimum height with the HDT-1 tripod and floor spreader is 28.1" (71.5 cm).

Not for use with a two-stage tripod, because of reduced stability when the elevation unit is fully extended.

Key Features:

  • For HDT-1 tripod
  • Load capacity of 250 lbs
  • Height range of 18"

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