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Modular System made by DENZ
The German high-class manufacturer DENZ in Munich/Germany designed a camera plate and superstructure for the new Canon EOS C300
On the bottom-side a variety of tapped holes enable the usage of the DENZ BP-Multi and bridge plates of other brands (ARRI BP3, BP5, BP8 , BP9 or O'Connor plate). The hard coating and the Teflon impregnation reduce the wear of the locating surface. The support is already prepared for the separately DENZ Superstructure. New possibilities will be opened with this modular system from DENZ
The DENZ Superstructure is available at the end of February and it completes the Canon EOS C300 support. It is also made out of Konstruktal gives the opportunity to attach accessories like a monitor, batteries, recorders and so on. The DENZ support is prepared to be used with the Superstructure, so adding it later is not problem.
On each side of the support two screws provide a force-fit bonding with the Superstructure. On the sides of the Superstructure 1/4'' and 3/8'' screw holes are provided and its delivered with 2 clamps for rods of Ø15mm. More clamps can be ordered if necessary.
On the top and on the sides the distance between the clamps can be chosen to be either 60mm or 80mm enabling customization of the position of your equipment and the use of the C300's own viewer.
A special handle provides additional mounting options (screw holes) and allows the save and ergonomic handling of the camera.
The modular DENZ system keeps additional accessories for the superstructure available. The dedicated rear part adds support and superstructure to a cage, in this way a simple installation on vehicles, helicopters or similar is possible. Moving sliding elements, rods, and many other parts open unlimited possibilities.
More information: www.denz-deniz.com
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