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Tilta Float System Bottom Counterweight Bracket
Tilta Float System Bottom Counterweight Bracket

Tilta Float System Bottom Counterweight Bracket

$69.00

In stock



Description

  • [LIGHTWEIGHT SOLUTION] for Using Smaller Camera Bodies with the Float System
  • [DYNAMIC BALANCE] is Easier to Achieve When Balancing for Horizontally & Vertically
  • [COUNTER WEIGHTS] Help Fine Tune the Balance of the Float
  • [MOUNTING POINTS] 1/4"-20 Threads for Mounting Counter Weight
  • [STURDY] Aluminum and Steel Construction

This  Counterweight Bracket functions as an option for achieving better dynamic balance and also is a lightweight option for balancing the Float System without Gold or V-Mount batteries.

The Bracket attaches to the base of the Float System’s post via a NATO rail connection and can also be mounted to the bottom of a Gold/V-Mount Battery Plate via a NATO Clamp (not included).

This kit includes 6x 220g stackable counterweights that connect via the 1/4″-20 threads on the bracket which allows you to fine-tune the balance of your setup.

This Counterweight Bracket is a great option for dynamically balancing the Float or when using smaller camera bodies and gimbals that cannot take advantage of Gold or V-Mount power such as those that already power via an internal battery.

1: Tilta Float System Bottom Counterweight Bracket
2: Allen Key(199-000000-009)*1
3: 220g Counterweight(TGA-CW-220)*6pcs

Color: Black

Materials: Aluminum-alloy, stainless steel

Customer Reviews

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Robin Erard (Prilly, CH)
Ok but design problem

The pendulum can move left and right on the central axe. This is a problem because even a small shift destabilize the Tilta Float. I modified this device and changed the axe and add some rings to reduce the shifting problem.

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Vaho Mat Photography LLC (Safford, US)
Not what you think

In order to make this Pendulum work it needs to have much heavier weights and they need to go around the body not inside.

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