User manual for Miller 1690 Arrow 40 Tripod System 1690
- Manufacturer: Miller
- Basic description and contents of package
- Product classification: Professional Video - Tripods, Supports & Rigs - Tripods & Accessories - Tripod Systems
- Safety instructions
- Startup and operation of the tripod systems
- Tips for setting up your Miller
- Settings and expert assistance
- Contact Miller service
- Warranty information
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User manual for the Miller 1690 Arrow 40 Tripod System 1690
The user manual for the Miller 1690 Arrow 40 Tripod System 1690 provides
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The Miller 1690 Arrow 40 tripod system consists of the Arrow 40 fluid head, 694 pan arm, 860 camera plate, 1576 Sprinter II 2-stage carbon fiber tripod, 990 mid-level spreader, and the Arrow 872 soft case.
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Additional parameters of the Miller 1690 Arrow 40 Tripod System 1690:
| Load Capacity || 35.2 lbs (16.0 kg) |
| Maximum Height || 66.7" (169.4 cm) |
| Maximum Height w/o Column Extended || N/A |
| Minimum Height || 23.8" (60.5 cm) |
| Folded Length || 40.2" (102.0 cm) |
| Leveling Bubble/Illuminated || Yes/Yes |
| Weight || 22.1 lbs (10.05 kg) |
| Warranty || 3-Year Warranty |
| Counter Balance System || 7-Step plus zero |
| Quick Release/Wedge Plate || Yes |
| Balance Plate || Yes |
| Tilt Drag || 7-Step plus zero |
| Tilt Range || -90 to +90° |
| Tilt Lock || Caliper disc brake system |
| Spring Loaded Counter Balance || 7-Step plus zero |
| Pan Range || 360° |
| Pan Lock || Caliper disc brake system |
| Material || Carbon fiber composite |
| Head Attachment Fitting || 100mm |
| Leg Stages/Sections || 2/3 |
| Leg Lock Type || Sprint-Loks |
| Independent Leg Spread || Yes |
| Spiked/Retractable Feet || No |
| Center Brace || Mid-level |
| Package Weight || 33.0 lb |
| Box Dimensions (LxWxH) || 37.5 x 12.9 x 11.2" |
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