Product Code: SKTXS80

Sevenoak SKTXS80 Carbon Fibre 80cm Camera Slider

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Manufacturer Code: SKTXS80
4897040885133 UPC : 4897040885133
Brand:  Sevenoak
RRP: 342.00299.99Inc VAT 20%You Save:  42.01
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Sevenoak SKTXS80 Carbon Fibre 80cm Camera Slider

Features: Sevenoak SKTXS80 Carbon Fibre 80cm Camera Slider

Well suited for professional and entry level photographers
Spirit level for easy set up at uneven surfaces
3/8 mounting screw for use with most tripod and video heads
Fine quality Carbon fibre construction to assure quality and performance
Offers four angle-adjustable legs with height-adjustable rubber ball feet
Ideal for making video tracking shots without the need for a full dolly system and tracks
Built in 1/4 and 3/8 threaded holes on sliding plate to attach LED lights, microphones, etc
Portable, lightweight, extendable and highly durable with an impressive load capacity upto 10kgs
It also serves as a dampener for stopping the camera gently and for smooth track-in shots and push-ins
A built-in tension knob to helps to adjust the tension, control the movement, and keep the sliding plate locked in place
Features a belt-driven system driven by a flywheel (included) attached to the end of the slider, with a handle for smooth, silent, precision movement

Note: Camera and tripod shown in the images are not included

Specifications: Sevenoak SKTXS80 Carbon Fibre 80cm Camera Slider

Material: Carbon Fibre
Load Capacity: 10kgs
Overall Length: 82cm
Screw Threads: 1/4 And 3/8
Built-in Spirit Level: Yes
Compatible With: Most Tripod And Video Heads

Kit Contents
Sevenoak SKTXS80 Carbon Fibre 80cm Camera Slider
Carrying case

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 19 October, 2016.