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Vinten Vision 250

Vinten Vision 250

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Date Expires: 12/07/2021
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Vinten Vision 250

Vinten Vision 250

Designed to support cameras weighing 10-33kg, the Vinten Vision 250 MS Tripod System is a professional video tripod system that consists of a Vision 250 HD Fluid Head, 2x telescopic pan bars, 150mm bowl, a 2-Stage Aluminium Pozi-Loc Tripod, a mid-level spreader, and a carry case. It features a twin balancing mechanism which allows it to adjust to perfectly balance any camera and lens combination.

 

Key Features: Vinten Vision 250 MS Tripod System
  • Height range: 68.3-172.7cm
  • Transport (folded) length: 92cm
  • Weight: 17.3kg
  • Maximum weight capacity: 10-33kg
  • 2-stage aluminium Pozi-Loc tripod
  • Dual telescopic pan bars
  • Vision 250 fluid head
  • 150mm bowl
  • Includes mid-level spreader for added stability
  • Soft carry case included

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