MSE to Showcase the Matthews WEDGE at IBC 2016

Matthews Studio Equipment will be exhibiting the Matthews WEDGE at IBC 2016.

Matthews Studio Equipment’s Matthews WEDGE is a portable, low POV camera-mounting device that ensures fast, stable camera positioning in a variety of situations, offering increased creative filming possibilities.

A wide range of Film, Video or DSLR cameras can be mounted to The WEDGE via a Ball Head, Flat Plate Mount, Fluid Head and 100mm Ball Fluid Head, allowing full camera movement.

The WEDGE features three adjustable legs with floating/self-leveling feet to ensure fast, stable positioning of the camera. Multiple tapped and untapped holes around the perimeter of The WEDGE allow for the addition of accessories or tie-downs.

The WEDGE is manufactured from high-quality, 6061 T6 aluminum and finished with flat black anodize.

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