Amazing proaim prime 100mm tripod fluid head for dslr video camera

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proaim prime 100mm tripod

Use (proaim prime 100mm tripod fluid head for dslr video camera) for smooth pan and tilt movements. Heads designed for quick setup in small DSLR and mirrorless cameras and order ENG and EFP style shooting scenarios include camera quick release plates, telescopic swivel rods.

Head features a quick release plate with 1ck release plate with 1/4″-20 and 3/8″-16 camera mount screws and safety lock. Padded, telescopic pans connect to the right or left side and can extend from 13″ to 21“.

The 100mm ball base can be aligned with an adjustable knob, and the knob can be removed to use 3/8″ – 16 mounting screws. It also features two bubble levels, smooth 360° rotation, and independent swivel and tilt locks.

The telescopic handlebars not only give you more reach, but also help produce smooth pan and tilt movements. It can be fitted on either side and can be adjusted to the desired angle. Two bubble equalizers help you set up your tripod head level, for better outcomes.

The included quick release camera plate permit you to quickly attach/remove the camera from the head. The twin safety lock system prevents the camera from being accidentally dropped.

Key Features of proaim prime 100mm tripod fluid head for dslr video camera

  • 100mm Half-Ball Base
  • Supports Loads up to 44 lb
  • 1/4″-20 and 3/8″-16 Camera Screws
  • 360° Smooth Panning
  • Complete CNC construction
  • Made for today’s DSLR video system
  • Independent pan and tilt locks

Machined from precision CNC aluminum, it ensures a sturdy, stable and durable camera stand. With a bearing capacity of up to 15 kg / 33 lbs, the Prime tripod head can be used with a variety of cameras/videos. Proaim Prime 100mm Tripod Fluid Head for DSLR Video Camera

Proaim Prime Specification (proaim prime 100mm tripod fluid head for dslr video camera)

Camera Plate

Camera Plate Quick smooth Release
Camera Mounting Screw1 x 1/4″-20 Male
1 x 3/8″-16 Male
Safety LockYes
Camera Plate Features

Tripod Platform

Base Mount100 mm Half Ball
Base Mount

Pan and Tilt

Drag Fluid
Independent Pan LockYes
Independent Tilt LockYes
Drag type

Physical Characteristics

Material ?Aluminum
Capacity44 lb / 19.96 kg
Pan Handle Fittings2 x Rosette
Bubble Level2
Weight lb/kg4.8 lb / 2.18 kg
Physical Characteristics

Control of camera movement

Dual Base Mounting

proaim prime 100mm tripod fluid head for dslr video camera

How to use a Tripod?

How to use a Tripod?

1-Select location of proaim prime 100mm tripod fluid head for dslr video camera

Prior you start setting up a tripod, it’s best to know where you need to shoot. Make sure the background will match your photo and determine in which direction you want to capture the photo

2-Adjust legs

Indicate one of the pins in the same direction your camera will face. It will establish space between your other legs for you to stand. This will make it easier and more comfortable for you to work while focusing and shooting.

3-Lock each leg into place and ensure a level the ground

If you required a longer tripod, start with the widest leg extension. Once extended, lock each leg.If you need to extend the tripod to full height and then extend it further, you can raise the central strut. However, it should be noted that the tall central strut is not as stable as the legs and can shake the camera.

4-Attached camera with Tripod screw

Mount the camera on the pan head using a screw-in tripod quick release plate. Screw it firmly into the camera’s tripod socket (located at the bottom of the camera) and click on the tripod’s head. Don’t forget to lock it.

When to Use a Tripod for photography ?

1- When target long exposure (proaim prime 100mm tripod fluid head for dslr video camera)

The mainly use of a tripod is when you want to capture a long exposure without camera shake. For shutter speeds slower than 1/60, you will need a tripod to get a clear image.

2-Horizontal horizon

An easy and accurate method to make sure your landscape has a horizontal horizon is to use a tripod. If you place the tripod horizontally and correctly, you don’t have to worry about the camera shaking during composition.

3-Capture Scene in same place again and again

When shooting still live, using a tripod makes it easier to keep all the different objects in the frame in the same place, which improves stability when focusing on small objects.

4- Prevent Back Injuries

A tripod helps prevent back injuries. The DSLR camera is heavy, and if you hang it around your neck while taking a picture, your back will hurt. Placing the camera on a tripod will help you to prevent any back injuries.

Pros
  • Give stability to the camera
  • capture long exposure
  • Slow you down
  • Prevent back Injury
  • Ease to work
Cons
  • you required proper space to use it
  • Its difficult to use while you are travelling

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