Single Cup Carmount – Cinemount 3025 for rent at Film Equipment Hire

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  • Head will support cameras up to 7lbs
    6″ Vacuum cup supports 70 lbs!
    Mounting thread ¼ x 20
    Head Quality Manfrott

Day €15 / Weekend €25 / Week €45

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Single Cup Carmount – Cinemount 3025 for rent at Film Equipment Hire

CineTools Cinemount 3025 Camera Mount – 7lbs. Ultra reliable temporary camera mount on almost any smooth, nonporous surface for cameras up to 7lbs. The Cinemount 3025 is ideal for mounting Mini-DV cameras, still cameras, binoculars & scopes.

Do you want endless camera mounting options? Want to capture truly remarkable camera perspectives to make the viewer feel part of the shot? Mount a camera (light or microphone) on cars, boats, motorbikes or anyplace you can envision. This ultra reliable camera mount consists of a Manfrotto 3025 3-D Head mounted on a quality 6″ vacuum cup, the best in the industry.

It provides a reliable, temporary camera mount on almost any smooth, nonporous surface, such as metal or glass. The Cinemount 3025 is ideal for mounting Mini-DV cameras, still cameras, binoculars & scopes.

Manfrotto 3025 3-D Head
A self-adjusting conical bearing locking system allows 360° rotation on both the vertical and horizontal plane for infinite angle adjustment and leveling. The head incorporates easy grip ratchet handles, and will support small to medium format cameras up to 6.6 lbs.

Vacuum Cup (not suction)
The vacuum cup employ the force of atmospheric pressure to grip a surface: When a vacuum exists between the cup and the surface on which it is attached, the weight of Earth’s atmosphere holds the cup in place with incredible force. Unlike suction cups that produce a vacuum as they pull away from the surface, this vacuum cup uses a hand-actuated pump to efficiently remove air from between the rubber pad and the attaching surface thus creating a much more reliable hold.

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