The new CAM Tank can be attached directly to a camera via a standard mount or secured under a larger camera.
Matthews Studio Equipment (MSE) will highlight its new CAM Tank camera support product at the IBC 2016 Show. The mount helps cinematographers get the desired unique point-of-view shots with ease.
The Matthews CAM Tank gets the filmmaker a good 12 inches lower than a fluid head without sacrificing control. There are more 3/8-16 holes positioned vertically and horizontally on the base. CAM Tank can also be mounted onto another head to create a Dutch shot or a partial third axis.
With MSE’s CAM Tank, there’s no need to rest your camera on a sandbag (which can limit the ability to pan and tilt). CAM Tank, which can be attached to a camera via a standard mount or secured under a larger camera. It also provides another option for capturing Dutch angles when mounted to a fluid head or shots designed to be pointed straight down off a fluid head or jib.
The CAM Tank is made of anodized aluminum and features roller bearings for extreme precision and non-skid rubber feet for extra stability.
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