The Quartz Two pedestal provides superior operational flexibility with a two-stage column, 77 cm / 30.3 "" on-shot stroke and 80 kg / 176.4 lbs maximum capacity. It can accommodate a wide range of camera, lens and teleprompter combinations, making it particularly suitable for studio productions.
The Quartz design offers precise crab and steer control from a central steering ring, together with the ability to accelerate smoothly and rapidly; enabling easy repositioning even in the tightest of sets. The design of the base offers maximum stability, a single foot brake gives extra control at all times, and the fully skirted base incorporates a cable guard system that is simply adjusted by three external knobs.
- Integral cable guard
- Detachable steering ring
- Single parking brake
- Low pressure pneumatic system
|Max. Capacity:||80 kg / 176.4 lbs [max. capacity includes trim weights]|
|Height Range:||66 to 143 cm / 26 to 56 "|
|Weight:||88.9 kg / 187.4 lbs|
|On-Shot Stroke:||77 cm / 30.3 "|
|Tracking Width:||108 cm / 42 "|
|Transit Width:||80 cm / 31.5 "|
|Wheel Diameter:||12.5 cm / 5 "|
|Detachable Steering Ring Diameter:||63.5 cm / 25 "|
|Trim Weights:||3.5 kg / 7.7 lbs|
|Ground Clearance:||2 cm / 0.8 "|
Philip Dalgoutte is Vinten’s Product Manager.
Philip joined the Vitec Group in 2005 as a Design Engineer. During his time with the company he has played a pivotal role in the launch of a multitude of new products including Vinten’s range of encoded pan and tilt heads. Before his current role he managed the Vinten Radamec range, overseeing the design, development and production of some of the company’s most innovative robotic camera support systems.
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