Matthews Facilitates Unique POV shots With CAM Tank

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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