Product Details

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System: DS20 2-stage (alloy) (848)


SPECIFICATIONS
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Material:
Alloy/rubber
Construction:
2-Stage
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Maximum Height:
1697 mm (66.8 in)
Minimum Height:
527 mm (20.7 in)
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Mounting Standard:
75mm Ball Levelling
Payload Capacity:
10.00 kg (22 lbs)
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Payload Range:
5-10kg
Transport Length:
827 mm (32.6 in)
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Weight:
5.90 kg (13 lbs)
 
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Counterbalance Performance:


Counterbalance Performance
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System DS20 2-stage (alloy) with on ground spreader

System DS20 2-stage (alloy) with on ground spreader

2-Stage height versatility in a solid support package provides DVCAM/ DVCPRO users with cost-effective support option with full broadcast performance.


Features:

  • Fluid Pan and Tilt head with 75mm ball levelling
  • Extra 5kg Counterbalance for large lens/battery DVCAM
  • 2-Stage Alloy tripod with toggle locks
  • Sliding plate: 1/4" + pin & 1/4" & 3/8" screws
  • Reinforced weatherproof carry case


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Components:

DS20 Fluid Head:
#   DS20 Fluid Head (184)
DS20 Fluid Head
Toggle Ground Spreader:
#   Toggle Ground Spreader (411)
Ground Spreader
DS Softcase:
#   DS Softcase (876)
DS Softcase - 2 Stage
Tripod Shoulder Strap:
#   Tripod Shoulder Strap (554)
Tripod 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
Toggle DV 2-Stage - ground spreader:
#   Toggle DV 2-Stage - ground spreader (420G)
Toggle DV 2-Stage - ground spreader

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
Solo Strap:
#   Solo Strap (1520)
Solo Carry Strap
DS Camera Plate:
#   DS Camera Plate (1204)
DS Camera Plate

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