Product Details



System: DS10 Solo 75-2 (carbon fibre) (1511)

Carbon Fibre
Maximum Height:
1751 mm (68.9 in)
Minimum Height:
371 mm (14.6 in)
Mounting Standard:
75mm Ball Levelling
Payload Capacity:
5.00 kg (11 lbs)
Payload Range:
Transport Length:
831 mm (32.7 in)
4.50 kg (9.9 lbs)

Counterbalance Performance:

Counterbalance Performance

System DS10 Solo 75-2 (carbon fibre)

System DS10 Solo 75-2 (carbon fibre)

The DS10 Solo system combines the ultralight, ultra rigid carbon fibre Solo tripod with the versatile DS10 75mm ball levelling head & selectable counterbalance. With a height range from 757mm/29.8" all the way up to 1467mm/57.6" DS10 Solo 75 CF system suits 2.5-5 kg/5.5-11 lbs MiniDV and DVCAM payloads from barebones to fully stacked PD150 or Canon XL-1.


  • Flick-of-a-switch 5-10lb CB selection
  • True fluid pan and tilt drag
  • 75mm ball levelling
  • Quick Release sliding plate
  • 2-Stage Carbon/magnesium telescoping



DS10 Fluid Head:
#   DS10 Fluid Head (182)
DS10 Fluid Head
Solo 75 Softcase:
#   Solo 75 Softcase (1518)
Solo 75 Softcase
Solo Strap:
#   Solo Strap (1520)
Solo Carry Strap
Fixed Length Pan Handle for DS5/DS10/DS20 Fluid Heads:
#   Fixed Length Pan Handle for DS5/DS10/DS20 Fluid Heads (681)
Fixed Length Pan Handle for DS5/DS10/DS20 Fluid Heads
Solo 75 2-Stage Carbon Fibre Tripod:
#   Solo 75 2-Stage Carbon Fibre Tripod (1501)
Solo 75 2-Stage Carbon Fibre Tripod

Optional components:

Lightweight 75mm Pro Dolly:
#   Lightweight 75mm Pro Dolly (391)
Lightweight LW Dolly
Medium Duty 125mm Pro Dolly:
#   Medium Duty 125mm Pro Dolly (390)
Medium Duty Dolly
Solo Dolly:
#   Solo Dolly (394)
Solo Dolly
Tripod Bowl Adaptor:
#   Tripod Bowl Adaptor (378)
100mm to 75mm Tripod Bowl Adaptor
Compass Camera Plate:
#   Compass Camera Plate (1204)
Compass Camera Plate


Miller Sharpshooters

#   David Brill - SOLO support for The Man Who Saw too Much  |  Australia
The acclaimed international news and documentary cinematographer, David Brill, never thought he'd get over the premature demise of his Miller wooden legs, bought in 1966, and the tragic victim of a revolving door amputation at the tender age of 17.

#   PNG epidemic revisited in new KURU documentary  |  Australia
Sorcery, cannibalism and scientific discovery merge in KURU, an independent documentary shot by cinematographer Rob Bygott and Producer Ben Alpers against the backdrop of the breath-taking Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. And Miller's SOLO tripod was there to help capture the action.

#   Dealing with Burma's Devil   |  Burma
Ginny Stein's role as freelancer and video journalist for SBS Australia's Dateline current affairs program, pushes the limits of job diversity. Armed with her PD150, Miller DS10 fluid head, SOLO tripod, Ginny tackles hard news where it happens in the jungles and cities of SE-Asia and Indochine, often venturing deep into enemy territory to get the real story.

#   Journo finds Solo support on lone journeys.   |  Australia
Thom Cookes is an award-winning journalist for Dateline- SBS TV Australia's international current affairs program. Like many of Dateline's journalists, he is often a one-man location crew -reporter, producer, camera operator and sound recordist, all rolled into one.

#   Meet Cockroach Productions - The Orangutan Film Protection Project  |  Indonesia
Their first project as an independent company is very exciting. Having conducted interviews in Sydney with global palm oil traders, they are about to head off into the jungles of Indonesian Borneo to film at an orangutan rescue centre, covering the relocation of orangutans that have been left without habitat following the encroachment on pristine rainforest by palm oil plantations.

#   Epic Surfing Adventure ruled by diversity!  |  Australia
At the beginning of June, Miller's Heidi Tobin caught up with the diverse Scott Needham from SNP about his latest surfing epic that was filmed in Sumatra. Scott uses the Miller DS10 Solo System and mounts a variety of cameras as he shoots both stills and video while on assignment.

#   Orangutan Film Protection Project - Jakarta, Java, Indonesia  |  Indonesia
Our first footage was a disturbing undercover operation to document exploitation of orangutans in the circus. We managed to film both the performance and gain access to the backstage area to find how the orangutans were housed when not performing.

#   Fluid works for Fashionista!  |  Australia
Clive Souness, proprietor, cameraman, stills photographer, editor, marketing, crew leader and creative brainwave behind the event covering media team of Kahuna Digital after crossing paths by chance prior to the Sydney fashion Week, a very high profile event held earlier this year in Australia, Miller’s Heidi Tobin took some time out of Clive’s busy schedule to get to know the life involved into making the small business work out of big business events!

#   Grueling temps for Polar Glimpses  |  USA
I have been on the road filming in the Arctic and Nebraska. We tried to catch up with a Polar bear in temps as low as -70 below zero. The Solo DV system went through hell and back under the most grueling conditions I have ever filmed in throughout the world

#   Solo tripod aids project  |  Sierra Leone
This lightweight, compact system enabled us to maintain a low profile and travel through airports and corrupt areas surreptitiously. Unfortunately, when it came to filming on location it didn't make us any less of a spectacle! Often entire villages turned out to laugh hysterically at our calls of "one more time!"

#   Nott Perishes in the Fast and Fun Snow Sport Action  |  Australia
Being a keen skier, cinematographer, Wesley Nott was able to combine two passions in one. Shooting snow sports is a unique challenge for a cameraman, particularly on a sunny day when everything around is white and bright.

#   Solo Supports Eco-Explorer’s Research On Sub-Antarctic Island  |  Macquarie Island
Dr Dean Miller is currently stationed in Macquarie Island, researching the fur seal colonies self-producing and shooting a documentary of his experience on the very cold and remote Island. Dean’s tripod has been there to support the image capture of the eco-explorer’s experience…

#   DS10 system withheld 99% humidity in the Solomon Island  |  Australia
Solomon Chronicles

#   Sharpshooter on the Ice Shooting Aurora Australis  |  Australia
This year is the centenary of explorer Douglas Mawson’s 1911 expedition to Antarctica, during which he settled camp at what is often referred to as the windiest place on Earth, Commonwealth Bay.

#   Experience with the DS 10 and Compass 12 Heads with a Miller Solo Carbon Fibre Tripod  |  Australia
The first expedition was to the very remote Gunsa valley near Mt Kangchenjunga, the world’s third highest mountain. This expedition involved a crew of four plus 21 sherpas and porters covering 350 km on foot during a six week shoot.

#   Miller DS 10 Solo Withheld the Test of the Russian Arctic  |  Australia
Miller Sharpshooter Dr. Dean Miller is a veteran of sub zero cinematographer having just spent the past 12 months on sub-Antarctic Macquarie Island, and the previous summer, exploring and filming the Antarctic south of Australia and New Zealand.

#   DS10 Solo provides solid support to Think Films  |  Australia
My first tripod wasn't a Miller but I'm glad to say that my second one was and I've never looked back since. I love the Miller DS-10. It's perfect for the work I do which is often in remote and harsh environments so it's light weight enough to carry around for long stretches of time but sturdy enough to do the job.

#   Aung San Suu Kyi, Me and the Miller Tripod  |  UK
Tim Mein, the owner of a UK based production company, Barford Productions, conducted a high profile interview with the Burmese Leader of Opposition, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and one of the most famous women in the world - Aung San Suu Kyi. Tim was using the Miller DS10 Solo Carbon Fibre tripod system for the interview.

#   A shooting story from an award-winning DoP and Cinematographer  |  USA
I started out in the film business over twenty years ago, shooting wildlife documentaries for Oxford Scientific Films (OSF). From the 1960’s on, they had been at the forefront of developing specialist equipment to shoot stories that always pushed the limits of technical and creative innovation.