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FORNAX FMC-100 Counterbalance Kit for FORNAX 10 Mark II

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Model
FMC-100
Weight
2.90 kg
Our price:
£378.00
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The FMC-100 counterweight system would be a great addition to increase the payload of your LighTrack II mount.

The FMC-100 gives you the optimum performance with heavier camera lens or small telescope.

Max recomended useful weight (camera + lens or telescope) is 6200 g.

Images are for demonstration purposes only. Fornax 10 and extra counterweights are not included, but available separately.

What's in the box:

1 x vixen clamp

2 x rods: 359 mm length stainless steel rod (135mm + 224mm)

1 x 1950 g weight (Extra counterweights are available separately)

 

EXAMPLES

Use the FMC-100 with extra counterweights (not included):
counterbalance kit

or use with extra clamps (Not included). With this option you can install two cameras with lenses or telescopes:

counterbalance kit

SPECIFICATIONS

Product weight 4,3 kgs (9.5  lbs)
Rod lenght 446 mm (276 +170 mm)
Weights 1950 g weights. (Max recomended useful weight is 6200 g.)
Materials Stainless steel / 6065 aluminium alloy, Zx100 teflon
Mount fixing thread  UNC 3/8 " standard photo thread
Camera distance adjustment option YES
Maximum useful setup (camera+lens or telescope) weight (with the included weights and od) 6.2kg

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