The O'Connor ULTIMATE 2575C Fluid Head is capable of supporting camera payloads up to 133 lbs and offers handle connections on all four corners.
Why we like the 2575C
Sinusoidal Counterbalance System
Provides true finger-tip counterbalance at any angle within tilt range
True Fluid Dampening
Step-less fluid dampening specifically enhanced for film applications
Dual Adjustable Pan Arms
Four rosettes are offered for placing pan arm at front locations as well as rear.
Dependable Caliper Disk Brakes
Fail-safe pan and tilt braking to ensure the safety of precious camera payloads.
This lightweight tripod offers a wider platform for HDSLR bodies and the sliding plate travels to balance the latest interchangeable lens cameras. The entry-level 500 ensures smooth shots and fine control with up to 5kg (11 lbs) of equipment. .
Beautifully smooth shots: the 500 has professional fluid cartridges on both pan and tilt axes to ensure that every camera movement is smooth, controlled and precise. .
Faster, easier and safer to use: the side lock system allows the camera and sliding QR plate to click quickly into the head from above, instead of needing to be aligned and slid in from the back. No secondary safety lock is necessary. The side lock system also makes it quicker and simpler to lift the camera out of the head from above.
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