Sachtler will introduce a new model in its Ace tripod system at NAB 2013 in booth C6025. Also premiering will be a heavy-duty tripod and a 3-section telescoping tripod, and demonstrations of Sachtler’s artemis camera stabilizer products.
Sachtler Ace L Tripod System
Sachtler expands the Ace family of lightweight fluid head camera support systems that started with the lower capacity Ace M. With a payload range of 0 to 13.2 pounds (0 to 6 kg), the new 75mm Ace L fluid head is not only perfect for video-enabled DSLR and lightweight HDV camcorders, but also for heavier set-ups with additional camera accessories. The fluid head with the patented SA drag™ damping system is available in a choice of two different tripod system configurations, one with a mid level spreader, and the second with the TT 75/2 legs for the greatest height range.
Sachtler TT 75/2 CF Carbon Fiber Telescopic Tripod
Sachtler’s TT 75/2 CF 75mm tripod utilizes 3-section single carbon fiber tubes. It offers an extensive height range, from as low as 10.6″ (27 cm) up to a maximum height of 67.3″ (171 cm). In addition to working with the Ace L it is also available as a system with Sachtler’s FSB 6, FSB 8 fluid heads. Easy to set up, and adjust to different leg angles, the tripod comes with footpads and retractable spikes.
Sachtler ENG 75/2 D HD
The Sachtler ENG 75/2 D HD tripod features a wider tube diameter than standard tripods so it provides rock solid stability for high payloads of up to 77 lbs (35 kg). This 75mm system incorporates the tried-and-tested fast-action clamp from the 100mm range. The new tripod is available as a system with Sachtler’s FSB 6 and FSB 8 fluid heads.
artemis Camera Stabilizer Systems
For every application, Sachtler’s artemis provides a trusted professional stabilizer system, whether it is the artemis Cine HD Pro, EFP HD, or DV Pro. NAB visitors can see a live demonstration of the practical and unique artemis features such as HiCap cabling and Hot Swap technology that provides an uninterrupted power supply when changing batteries.
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