Sachtler Introduces Limited Edition Freddie Wong Tripod

Sachtler has introduceed the Freddie Wong Signature Edition Ace L tripod system in honor of the social media star who used an Ace L through his rise filming popular comedy shorts.

Filmmaker and YouTube star Freddie Wong used the Sachtler Ace L throughout his activities in the industry and while filming shorts for his production company, RocketJump. RocketJump has over seven million subscribers and 1.2 billion views on YouTube and has branched out into its own Hulu Series, RocketJump: The Show.

Sachtler’s special Ace configuration offers an Ace L head with aluminum legs and a Lime Green accent, designed to match Wong’s glasses. Available in a limited supply, the camera support system can handle packages up to 13.2 pounds.

The 75mm bowl tripod offers operators a durable option for all field applications. Like other Sachtler systems, the Freddie Wong Signature Edition Ace Tripod System guarantees excellent pan and tilt drag performance with German engineering and patented SA-drag system.

This signature system weighs 9.9 pounds and includes an aluminum tripod with a mid-level spreader, footpads with retractable spikes and a carrying bag. It also incorporates premium Sachtler features such as easy, accessible controls and fast adjustments to deliver the professional performance.

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