The S100 camera slider is made of aluminum alloy and has just under 39" of linear movement end to end.
The S100's sliding carriage has a 3/8"-16 male thread, the standard for mounting tripod heads. The carriage has a locking knob as well as a bubble level.
The S100 also features adjustable legs that allow you to level the slider when placed on uneven surfaces. The S100's legs lock into place securely, assuring you that their will be no slipping. The legs also have adjustable feet that extend or retract for fine tuning.
The S100 has an offset plate used for mounting onto a tripod. It also features additional threads for mounting the slider across two tripods or for mounting the slider vertically. Please see below for more specifications on the location of the threads.
The S100 is rugged piece of equipment that will bring a professional touch to all of your work.
Location of Mounting Threads:
This offset plate has four (4) 1/4"-20 female threads and one (1) 3/8"-16 female thread. The S100 has additional mounting threads on either end of the slider. It has six (6) 1/4"-20 female threads and one (1) 3/8"-16 female thread on either end of the slider underneath the the support that they terrain legs connect to. It also has one (1) 1/4"-20 female thread and one (1) 3/8"-16 female thread on the same for vertical mounting.
Material: Aluminum Alloy
Nominal Weight: N/A
Nominal Dimesions: N/A
Maximum Load: 20-25 lbs
The 3/8" Finger Nuts are used to securely lock the 9.Solutions 3/8" rods to different accessories. The 3/8" Connecting Nut is used to connect multiple 9.Solutions 3/8" rods together, allowing you to make longer rods.
Asis 150 cm Asis Illumus Parabolic Umbrella AS3150
The Asis Illumus Parabolic Umbrella creates a large light source that wraps around the subject. studio lights are mounted so that the light source is on-center to the umbrella for even lighting. The included cage allows for lights with lights that use a Bowens style modifier mount.
The umbrella mounts to stands with the included 3.5" Grip Head. At the end of the Umbrella's center rod is a hole to attach counterweights or sandbags.