The NX-300C/MC models have an outstanding counterbalance range. These models cover a wide range of camera configurations with payloads between 2.5kg and 10kg. The NX-300 Series is a must have tripod system that supports a wide range of rigged small cameras, mid-sized handheld cameras and rigged out professional cinema cameras. Users can choose from 5 levels of counterbalance, including an option for zero "free" mode for the fastest possible setup.
The multi-layered metal construction eases operation and increases durability and reliability. The NX series offers a variable 4-stage drag-pan-tilt system that features a zero "free" mode setting with no friction. In addition, the finest silicone grease is used to ensure smooth pan and tilt movements at a wide temperature range from -40˚C up to +60˚C.
With a new lightweight structure design, the width of the carbon leg's upper pipe leg is widened to enhance torsional rigidity and provide high payload performance. Developed exclusively for the NX series, the FP-1B foot pads and SP-1B floor spreader are available which are even lighter than the existing models FP-2B and SP-2B.
On the side of the fluid head, there are 1/4 and 3/8 inch screw holes and serrations to attach additional accessories like an additional pan handle. Dual-head specification is available for both 75mm bowl and flat base tripods and is also compatible with sliders, skater dollies, and photo tripods.
The sliding plate can be attached and released with just one-touch, so that easy and smooth settings in the field are easily achieved. It is compatible with the hands-free monopod "TH-M", the electric gimbal "TH-G3", and other brand camera accessories.
The bubble level is equipped with an LED light to level the tripod in the dark. With safety in mind, the tripod legs are carefully designed to prevent the tripod from collapsing on a user's fingers, even if the tripod is collapsed unintentionally. The carrying case includes a shoulder strap, handles and a zipped pocket.
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