Large broadcast camera? Complex cinematography rig? Not a problem. Secured with its 100mm bowl, the MH32 boasts payload capabilities of up to 70.5lbs, providing sturdy support for your next award-winning shot
Quick Release Plate/Dual Locking System
Continuous Variable Counterbalance
MH32’s step-less system offers continuous variable counterbalance support from the maximum payload all the way down to zero, preventing a camera from tilting forward or backward on its own. From here, MH32 really jumps beyond its competition. A hand-crank and visualized date display allows operators to fine-tune exact counterbalance settings, maintaining that perfect angle for an exceptional shot.
Illuminated Bubble Level
Carbon Fiber Leg Tubes/Metal Body
The 3-section carbon fiber leg tubes are your quintessential tough guys with a soft side. They’ll hold up more than 200lbs of camera equipment without busting, but their lightweight carbon fiber material will save your back from the aches and pains often seen after lugging around weightier aluminum tripods.
The extendable mid-level spreader on ECT100M offers a great deal of flexibility in a wide variety of situations. Working on rugged terrain? Activate the quick release feature with a small lever to easily remove one – or all – sections of the spreader and bring balance to the tripod. Tight spaces are also easy to navigate, thanks to a locking knob below the spreader that helps keep the tripod legs closed and steady.
Removable Rubber Feet
When you’re shooting indoors, a tripod’s spiked feet aren’t the best fit for delicate or slick surfaces. Thankfully, the ECT100M comes with removable rubber feet that will protect the floors (and keep you from sliding around) inside, but then pop right back off when you find your way outside again.