OConnor Introduces Latest Version Of 2575 Fluid Head

OConnor has introduced the 2575D fluid head, a new version of the 2575 range, that supports cameras weighing up to 90 pounds.

OConnor said the head features platform controls on the operator's side of the head, as well as a "one-touch" release lever that allows one finger or hand to quickly undo the safety catch and open the lever.

The 2575 fluid head range is known for many of its signature features, including OConnor's patented sinusoidal counterbalance system for accurate balance at any point in the tilt span.

The head's stepless, ultra-smooth pan-and-tilt drag gives operators ultimate control and shooting for film and broadcast productions.  

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