SYMPLA Long Lens Support System - Complete Kit
DESCRIPTIONSYMPLA is a fully customisable component rig system, but a limited number of pre-configured kits is also available to provide ''off-the-shelf'' answers to the most common requirements for HDSLR rigs. The Long Lens Support kit is designed to reduce the vibrations generated while shooting with camera bodies in combination with long lenses, which usually have to be supported on the lens L-bracket, which itself makes the camera very susceptible to shake. The Long Lens Support gives a rigid, stable platform for filming with any camera/lens combination, by providing two height-adjust rubber-coated supports that raise and push against the base of the camera body and the end of the lens to stabilise both of them, and therefore eliminate vibration that can be caused by simple things like pressing the camera Rec button, or focusing the lens. Compatible with all Manfrotto Video Heads. Kit comprises: 300 mm Rods (2), Sympla Variable Plate, Sympla Lens Support, Sympla Body Support, Sympla V-Offset, 150 mm Rods and Clips. We recommend: Offset, Shoulder Pad, Adjustable Handles.
Warranty Manfrotto Video Products
This products is warranted to be fit for the purpose for which it has been designed, and to be free from defects in materials and workmanship. This guarantee does not cover the product against subsequent damage or misuse. The period of validity of the Standard Limited Warranty is defined by the law in force in the country, state or region where the product is sold. Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase to repair your product under warranty.
How to get an extra 3 years' warranty coverage
Beyond the standard compulsory coverage outlined above, this product is eligible for a warranty extension up to 3 years. The Limited Conventional Warranty Extension does not affect the standard compulsory coverage. To take advantage of the warranty extension scheme, you must register your purchase at warranty.manfrotto.com.
- Name File Size Date of Publication
- MVA513WK_20120710.pdf 0.23 MB 2014-05-21