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Sachtler System DV 12 FT GS DV

If a project requires you to use a small ENG camera, you are going to need a fluid head that can carry a heavy load without compromising on smooth movement. The Sachtler DV 12 SB Fluid Head has a 12-step counterbalance system and a 70 mm sliding plate for perfect balance, while five horizontal and vertical grades of drag ensures smooth pans.

If a project requires you to use a small ENG camera, you are going to need a fluid head that can carry a heavy load without compromising on smooth movement. The Sachtler DV 12 SB Fluid Head has a 12-step counterbalance system and a 70 mm sliding plate for perfect balance, while five horizontal and vertical grades of drag ensures smooth pans.

Supporting cameras weighing up to 15 kg, the Sachtler DV 12 SB Fluid Head’s mix of flexibility and simplicity make it a reliable companion in even the most demanding of environments. The Touch & Go release systems means that you can mount your camera quickly, accurately and securely. Moving and adjusting shots is as simple as flicking a switch, meaning that there is less time fumbling and more time being creative.

When you don’t know what challenges a project will throw at you, having a tripod that is lightweight, durable and versatile can help you work smart and fast. No matter the environment, setting up the Sachtler flowtech® 100 GS is as simple as releasing the unique brakes. Setting up in a stable and safe way becomes a matter of seconds, with no need for time consuming fiddling. Once you are in position, the versatile hinge lock mechanism allows you to capture extremely high and low shots easily.

Finding the right shot is easier too, with the carbon fibre and ergonomic design meaning that the Sachtler flowtech® 100 GS will never weigh you down. Once you are set up and ready to go, the design gives high levels of torsional stiffness so that you can concentrate on getting the best shot. Designed to give a reliable high performance wherever you need it, flowtech® won’t let you down in the field.

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