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Miller Tripods launch CompassX Fluid Head series
Miller Tripods has announced the CompassX series, premiering at IBC2017, offering five models to choose from – CX2, CX6, CX8, CX10 and the CX18. The new CX fluid heads incorporate Miller’s CB PLUS enabling technology, which takes traditional counterbalancing a step forward. All five models feature 16 positions of counterbalance for fine, rapid adjustment and the side loading base plate enables fast and easy mounting and alighting of camera rigs. The inherent wide payload range of the CompassX series provides maximum flexibility when switching cameras or adding accessories. Its robust construction guarantees a long, low maintenance service-life and low cost of ownership. “In our continued goal towards meeting our customers’ needs, Miller is delighted to present the CompassX series, the most flexible and durable fluid head solution for today’s videographers and their professional requirements,” says Charles Montesin, Global Sales and Marketing Manager, Miller Camera Support Equipment. “This new series is the result of intensive user research and innovative design. We are excited to launch the CompassX fluid heads at IBC and eager to see our customers use them to their full potential.”
Miller introduces Skyline 70 Cine
Miller Camera Support Equipment has announced the launch of the Skyline 70 Cine at IBC 2013. The Skyline 70 Cine system, planned for release in the first quarter 2014, will be on display, on the Miller stand at IBC. The Skyline Cine 70 is a sturdy system built to the traditional Miller precision and high quality standards. Designed with class leading features to cater to the specific needs of cinematographers, the system incorporates an Arri camera plate compatible, 150 mm sliding range, side loading quick release sliding camera platform, a Mitchell style flat base, wide payload range of 4.5 to 37.5 kg / 9.9 to 82.5 lbs, 7 pan and tilt drag settings and 8 selectable counter balance positions. “The Skyline 70 Cine feature set makes the system easily and quickly adaptable to the many different types of rigging, lenses and other accessories used in today’s productions, reducing set times, less equipment and adding reliability and stability.” said Charles Montesin, Global Marketing and Sales Manager, Miller Camera Support Equipment. “Following an extensive consultation phase with the industry, the Skyline 70 Cine is in its final stages of design, and IBC will provide an ideal platform for final design confirmation.” The Skyline 70 Cine is expected to ship in the first quarter 2014.