The Vector 75 combines the original Vector 70 LF fluid drag system with operational enhancements from the class leading Vector 750.
Designed and developed in the UK, the Vector 75 retains that familiar Vector feel whilst incorporating a range of features which address the pressures of today’s fast paced and cost conscious production company, without compromising any aspect of camera control:
- Infinitely adjustable counterbalance
- Infinitely adjustable LF drag offering complete camera control at any zoom level
- Retractable “T” bar slide plate positioner providing 33 cm / 13“ camera platform movement
- Blue LED level bubble illumination providing high contrast in any light
- Standard prompter bar mountings in the wedge adaptor
- Replaceable pan bar serration disks
The pantographic balance mechanism, unique to the Vinten Vector range, makes adjustment simple and eliminates the
need for time consuming cam changes when altering the camera configuration.
This counterbalance mechanism, combined with the Vinten standard LF drag system, provides the ultimate in smooth,
precise quality of movement.
The standard head package consists of:
- 1 x Vector 75 head comes with wedge adaptor and 4 x bolts,washers and spanner
- 1 x Telescopic pan bar (3219-82)
|Height:||25.5 cm / 10 "|
|Length:||35.5 cm / 14 "|
|Width:||35 cm / 13.5 "|
|Weight:||17.9 kg / 39.5 lbs|
|Max. Capacity:||75 kg / 165.3 lbs|
|Tilt Range:||±52° @ 75 kg / 165.3 lbs|
|Platform Adjustment:||33 cm / 13 "|
|Pan Bar:||Single telescopic|
|Camera Fixing:||Wedge adaptor|
|Base Fixing:||4-bolt flat with Quickfix groove|
“We’ve got over 200 Vinten Vector pan and tilt heads, Vector 70s, 700s and 750s, spread among our 27, soon to be 28, mobile trucks,” said Philip Garvin, Founder and General Manager of Mobile TV.
“In the mobile truck business, we’ve got to invest in heads that are able to perform and stand up to heavy use, but also heads the operators like. I think that sports camera operators are happy to see the Vinten Vector when they work with our trucks.”
“Our trucks cover a broad range of sports,” said Garvin. “80 percent is baseball, hockey or basketball. Football is another 15 percent. We’re starting to do a little more soccer, and we see an occasional volleyball pickup. I’m sure there’s a sport we haven’t done, but I can’t think of any.”