Vinten 3465-3F (34653F) Vision 250 Head (Quickfix/4 bolt flat base) Tripod Head - Black counterbalance range 10-33kg 3-4 day lead time
Flat Base 100/150mm head with 2 telescopic pan bar, camera plate & bowl clamp.
The class leading Vision 250 is designed to support the latest portable cameras complete with viewfinders, prompters and pan bar controls and is becoming the standard in new studio production as well as OB/EFP applications. With a choice of easily changeable spherical or flat bases, the Vision 250 can be mounted on any pedestal or tripod, making the Vision 250 head one of the most versatile products in the range.
The TF drag system offers infinite adjustment and because it works independently of the balance system, allows precision balancing of the pan and tilt axis so that the effort needed to follow the action becomes totally insignificant.
The Vision 250 also includes illuminated drag controls and a digital counterbalance readout, ensuring simple and repeatable camera set-up in any lighting situation.
- TF drag mechanism
- Perfect Balance throughout
- 180° tilt range
- Digital balance readout display
- Extensive operating temperature from-40°C to +60°C
|Model No.:||3465-3F Vision 250 with Quickfix / 4-Bolt Flat Base|
|Height:||18.4 cm / 7.2 "|
|Length:||15.9 cm / 6.3 "|
|Width:||24.4 cm / 9.6 "|
|Weight:||6.1 kg / 13.5 lbs|
|Capacity Range:||10 to 33 kg / 22 to 72.8 lbs|
|Pan Bar:||Single telescopic|
|Camera Fixing:||Removable sliding plate with 2 x 3/8" camera fixing screws|
|Drag Knobs:||Backlit and calibrated|
|Counterbalance:||Fully variable with digital readout|
The Ball Base and Quickfix / 4-Bolt Flat Base can be purchased as an accessory to make your system totally flexible.
WHAT IS IN THE BOX
1 x Vision 250 pan and tilt head (flat base or ball base)
1 x telescopic pan bar
1 x camera plate complete with 2 x 3/8" camera screws
1 x head to tripod securing knob (ball base version only) or 4 x 3/8" BSW bolts, 4 x 3/8" washers, 1 x open ended spanner (flat base version only)
1 x multi-language operator guide