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Cardellini Tri-hat

Cardellini Tri-Hat

The most versatile 3-legged hi hat ever. Easy leveling. Interchangeable legs slide up/down and angle at the ends of three radiating arms. Arms can be pivoted or slid in and out to control where feet land.

  • Daily Rate: $55
  • Weekly Rate: $165
  • Monthly Rate: $550

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Cinevate Dromos

Dromos works as a hi hat for your camera or tripod head, allowing you to level and articulate in any position. Setup can be as simple as placing Dromos on the ground using the Dromos Hi Hat Board. You can also achieve that ultra low shot by attaching it to a tripod, jib, dolly or slider via the cheese plate - which provides both 3/8" and 1/4" holes.

  • Daily Rate: $30
  • Weekly Rate: $90
  • Monthly Rate: $300

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Manfrotto 529B Hi-hat

Manfrotto 529B 100mm Half Bowl

Max. Height: 7.68"
Min Height: 5.7"
Folded Length: 8'
Supports up to 44 lb
Weight: 5.95 lb

  • Daily Rate: $20
  • Weekly Rate: $60
  • Monthly Rate: $200

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