Some camera innovations are so fundamental that it is impossible to imagine the world of television camera work without them. The fluid action head, first patented by the Australian company Miller, is a perfect example of one such invention.
Adam of Droi media reviews his decade old Miller tripod - "I have had, used, and loved my Miller DS10 tripod for over a decade now..."
Miller introduces the 75mm version of the well-known and proven Sprinter II - our response to Miller customers’ demands, particularly for capturing news, where a sturdy, lightweight and easy to set up tripod is required.
Adam Kilbourn of Black Raven Films presents their review of the Miller Fluid Head CX8.
Solo, introduced by Miller in 2003, became an overnight success, as a sturdy, spreader-less, and lightweight tripod. In 2009, Rapid lock was announced, improving Solo’s speed of set up significantly. In 2020 Miller is now adding Q-Lock and renaming Solo to Solo-Q.
UNDONE is a story of personal endeavour following professional surfer, Laura Enever, as she navigates the unpredictable and male-dominated world of big-wave surfing. Leaving behind her place on the WSL Tour, Laura goes after some of the most remote and dangerous waves on the planet. Steve Wall, director, uses Miller Tripods to create this film.