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All prices on the website are VAT inclusive. B2B customers (except Belgium) can visit at https://business.proaim.be/ to get VAT Free pricing.  

Proaim Camera Mount System for Cart

For Victor Cart Series & Atlas Cart | Payload Capacity – 200 kg / 440 lb

€323,07
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SKU : VCTR-CM

Camera Mounting Solution for Your Camera Cart!

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01.

Solid & Secure Camera Platform

Proaim Camera mount system is a full-fledged mounting kit to mount your Camera Gimbal Set-up on the Carts.
The kit includes a 91cm rod, a horseshoe mount, an additional cross-bar, and two clamps to provide a solid & adjustable platform.
This high-grade Aluminium constructed kit offers an incredible load of up to 200 kg / 440 lb.

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Proaim Camera Mount System for Camera Cart

02.

Solid & Adjustable & Adaptable

The mounting system allows the camera plate to rotate 360° and adjust the height.
It connects to any Mitchell/Bowl camera plate directly via a 1.5" (38mm) center mast over a top-shelf.
The system accepts several Horseshoes and Camera Plates, allowing one system to handle different camera configurations.
It is compatible with Proaim Atlas Camera Cart & complete Victor Cart Series.

See how the Camera Cart Works

Specifications

Construction

  High-Grade CNC Aluminum

Load Capacity

  up to 200kg / 440lb

Camera Mount Width

  14cm

Rod Length

  91cm

Rod Outer Diameter

  45mm

Rod Inner Diameter

  38mm

Accessory Cross-Bar length

  22" / 558.8mm

Cross-Bar Clamp Diameter

  1.5" / 38mm

Package weight

  04.59kg / 10.14 lb

Product weight

  03.76kg / 8.03lb

In the Box

91cm Rod
Horseshoe Mount
Accessory Cross-Bar
2x Clamps


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Up to 30 days

1-Year Warranty
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