Miller Introduces Lightweight Air Tripods to US Market

Miller Camera Support is introducing its Air Tripod System range to the US market. The Air Alloy System (3001) and Air Carbon Fibre System (3005) are solutions for everyone from entry-level to high-end cinematographers for shooting on-the-go in confined, challenging locations that require a versatile, lightweight tripod system that can be set up in a matter of seconds.

Visit Miller Camera Support is introducing its Air Tripod System range, which includes the Air Alloy System (3001) and Air Carbon Fibre System (3005), to the US market. Providing a solution for everyone from entry-level to high-end cinematographers and photographers, the range is essential when shooting on-the-go in confined, challenging locations that require a versatile, lightweight tripod system that can be set up in a matter of seconds.   The “little brothers” of Miller’s range of Compass tripods, Miller’s Air Tripod Systems are the ideal, lightweight travel companions for professionals who are shooting both videos and photos in rugged, outdoor conditions. Both are compact, adaptable and durable. Each system consists of an Air Fluid Head and a variant of the Solo 75 2-Stage Tripod. Both systems have the ability to support payloads ranging from 5.5 to 11 pounds.   

The Miller Air fluid head for run-and-gun filming

The Air Alloy System (3001) consists of the Air Fluid Head and the Solo 75 2-Stage Alloy Tripod, which is designed to provide the single operator with a complete run-and-gun system.

The Air Carbon Fibre System (3005) consists of the Air Fluid Head and the Solo 75 2-Stage Carbon Fibre Tripod, which is purpose-built for professionals who desire to work with the most lightweight camera support technology. The Air Carbon Fibre System features all the same benefits of the Air Alloy System but at a much lighter weight, totaling at 9.9 pounds versus the Air Alloy System’s weight of 10.8 pounds, while still retaining its durability.

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