Lean, Light, Low for DV on the Go!

22 December 2005

The Miller SOLO DV alloy tripod further addresses the DV support gap by combining silky-smooth Miller fluid pan & tilt heads with a rock solid spreaderless alloy tripod design. Combine flick-of-a-switch selectable counterbalance, 75mm ball levelling and a quick release camera plate at a new low price and SOLO alloy systems are unbeatable.


Grant Clementson, Miller's MD, "The Pro DV shooter is a one man band aiming to optimise creativity and quality in a DV image. Their demands of stability, pro features and light weight compactness weren't being met until we launched the SOLO DV Carbon in 2003, now we have an alloy alternative for the more price conscious customer. Sure, you can get friction heads on cheap, unstable spreaderless tripods without ball leveling and heads without fluid technology or counterbalance or tripods that are too heavy or too large - you just couldn't get the best of all worlds in one package - until SOLO DV!"


The ultra-stable new precision alloy SOLO DV tripod is a 75mm ball levelling 2-Stage telescopic design. The tripod features leg angle locks for quick set up at varying heights, thus eliminating the need for a ground or above ground spreaders.


The telescoping Solo alloy tripod is designed for single operator crews: it sets up to 63" (160cm) height in seconds and pack down to a compact 27" (70cm) for transport.

SOLO DV also boasts an operating height range from 8” – 63” (23cm - 160cm). Tripod transport length is a compact 27” (70cm) and total system weighs less than 10lb (5kg).

Lowest height is 8" (23mm) Selectable leg angle locks ensure rapid stabilisation, while the 75mm diecast alloy bowl offers quick levelling, optimum torsional rigidity and long term durability.


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