iFootage R60 II Panoramic Rotation Unit

iFootage R60 II Panoramic Rotation Unit

Code: IF-R6O-II    Brand: iFootage Equipment   
  • Original base locking design to avoid it comes off when panning counter clockwise.
  • Precision bearing design ensuring a smooth 360 ° rotation.
  • Made using aircraft grade Aluminium.
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$244.00
APN: 9319499053444
Supplier Code: IF-R60-II

See the world in a 360° view

The R60 panoramic head is the perfect accessory for shooting 360° panoramas and time lapses.

Fine scale and accurate positioning

The PTZ benefits from a high quality anti-skid pad firmly attached to the equipment to avoid the common nuisance where the pad falls off easily.

Strong bearings

It comes with original bearing structure design which ensures a smooth 360° rotation under high load.

See The World In A 360° View

The R60 panoramic head is the perfect accessory for shooting 360° panoramas and time lapses. The same aluminium used to build aircrafts provides quality even in the toughest situations, with the ability to hold an incredible 40kg of equipment.

Fine Scale and Accurate Positioning

The PTZ benefits from a high quality anti-skid pad firmly attached to the equipment to avoid the common nuisance where the pad falls off easily. This also ensures that the camera is tightly secured. Metal friction during use is minimised by the innovative engineering of the inner structure of the head.

Strong Bearings

It comes with original bearing structure design which ensures a smooth 360° rotation under high load. The unit also has a damping knob which is used to adjust its size.

Base Diameter

60mm

Height

33mm

 

Material

Aircraft Grade Aluminium

Mounting Screws

UNC 1/4-20

Bottom Mounting

UNC 3/8-16

Weight

280g

 

Max Load

40kg

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