Sachtler DV-6 Tripod
Sachtler DV-6 Tripod
Legs : 54.3 inches / 138cm
Max Height w/extended columnMax Height w/closed columnMinimum Height
Legs: 24.8" / 63 cm
Legs: Transport length 32.1" / 81.5 cm
75mm 3" Half Bowl
Max Load Capacity
Legs: 33 lbs / 15 kg
Leg Lock type
Rotary Clamp Torque
Spiked / Retractble Feet
Legs: 4.4 lbs/ 2 kg
Legs Include required set Mid Level Spreader SP 75
SpeedBalance... With a payload range of 19.8 lbs, the DV6 SB offers high-precision and extremely fast counterbalance to digital camcorder operators.
The head is called SpeedBalance, because it features 10 step counterbalance, greatly reducing set-up time. In addition to finer counterbalance graduation, SpeedBalance heads also have an increased payload range, including a reduction in minimum payload.
This makes them ideal for lightweight camcorders such as those from the DVCAM, HDV and DV classes. The Fluid head DV 6 SB features 75 mm tripod fittings and is thus perfect for news gathering. Another feature of the fluid head is its self-illuminated Touch Bubbles that make balancing in poor light conditions even easier.
With all these new developments, Sachtler has continued to follow its secret of success step switching. It allows camera operators to optimally balance the fluid head and camera in no time at all. While stepless systems often require time-consuming adjustments by trial and error, graduated-step counterbalance gives you perfect set-ups on demand.
The DA 75 Long 1-Stage Tripod for DV Users. With its compact dimensions, this tripod is an indispensable companion. The proven Touch & Go system enables fast changeover, so camera operators can go from using the tripod to shooting from the shoulder within a matter of seconds. In combination with the DV 6 SB Fluid head this tripod system is ideal for MiniDV camcorders starting from around 1 kg / 2.2 lb.
Pickup and Drop off Information
Pickup and drop off hours are from 8-5pm Monday through Friday.
Pick-up and drop-off days are free, because they're intended for checking, prepping and packing up your gear. The cost of your rental is based on the number of shoot days. These are the days you'll actually be using the equipment. Pay and sign at pickup.
1 to 3 Shoot Days
If you rent for 1, 2 or 3 shoot days, you pay for the shoot days only.
Example: your shoot days are Tuesday and Wednesday. Pick-up is Monday, drop-off is Thursday. You will be charged for 2 shoot days.
Example: your shoot days are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Pick-up is Monday, drop-off is Friday. You will be charged for 3 shoot days.
The full-week rule (4 to 6 shoot days)
If you rent gear for 4 to 6 days shoot days, you only pay for 3 shoot days.
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