Need Smooth Tracking Shots for Your Film or TV Production?
Most Professional, Sturdy Film Studio Track for Heavy Dollies & Cranes!
Heavy-duty, Tool-less, Versatile Track – will make Your Setup Crew Happy!
Well-thought Design, Highest Grade Material, Sturdy Jointers, Fixed Crossties &
Time Saver Collapsible Design!
Proaim Stream 16ft Heavy-duty Cinema Track.
For any cameraman, the track rails are an accessory quite familiar. Proaim introduces a Heavy-Duty Cinema Track for Heavy Dollies and Cranes. The innovatively designed Dolly Track is engineered to match the requirements that allow for smooth dolly shots in a variety of situations where traditional setups would be cumbersome. The tracks are very easy to use as a result of special High-strength aluminium and CNC construction. It features Fixed Steel Jointers, Fixed Crossties with Steel Tie-Brace for enhanced strength, durability, and retention; significantly offset the effects of high impact loads and stresses. The track ends are precisely cut to guarantee perfect track connections. The Collapsible design minimizes the space requirement for transport and storage. This heavy-duty Track is more than an enhancement of conventional tracks.
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- Construction: High-Grade CNC Aluminum
- Load Capacity: 1000kg/2200lb
- Total Length: 16ft
- Each Section: 4ft
- Weight of Each Section: 7kg
- Foldable Length: 6ft 2inch.
- Central distance: 24.5"
- Track rails: 4cm
- Flight Case with product Weight :- 57kg / 125lb
- Flight Case Dimensions :- 79.4" x 19.1" x 12.4"
- Gross Weight with corrugation box: 60kg / 132lb
- 16ft Track (4* 4ft sections)
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