ANVIL-30 With ANVIL-2 PLATFORM ADAPTER (FOR RRS SERIES 2 TRIPODS)

ANVIL-30 With ANVIL-2 PLATFORM ADAPTER (FOR RRS SERIES 2 TRIPODS)

Regular price $396.00 Sale

Overview:

The first of its kind RRS SOAR Anvil-30 Ballhead is purpose-built for heavy equipment support from the ground up. We added our patent-pending dual clamp system able to clamp both the RRS Dovetail standard and Picatinny rails in the same unit. We also removed extra knobs/adjustment settings under-utilized in the industry. The Anvil-30 is as rigid as a leveling base but articulates like our popular photography ballheads while minimizing the limitations of each system. We designed this as a lightweight setup and realized its heavy duty potential.

Features:

Patent Pending Dual lever-release clamp for fast & easy mounting on RRS Dovetail and Picatinny sections
Ergonomic design gives superior handling and unsurpassed reliability
Stronger, Lighter, Faster than anything we have seen on the market
Re-positionable lever-release for a variety of situations
Highly-visible level embedded in both front and back sides of the main ball body for left and right-handed users.
Laser-engraved millimeter scale offers precise centering and positioning within the clamp jaw
All components are of the finest Really Right Stuff quality, machined from solid aircraft aluminum or stainless steel for maximum durability and minimum weight


In The Box:

SOAR Anvil-30 Ballhead
optional: TFCT-2x/3x Apex, 2 or 3 Series Tripod Adapter
Padded Cordura pouch with drawstring closure
9/64" hex key (required to remove/replace ballhead from tripod) and (4) 8-32 stainless steel socket head cap screws when buying with one of the options; not included with ballhead only
User's Guides for Ballhead and Clamp features


Specs:

Load Capacity: 35 ft-lbs / kg
Height: 2.88"/7.32cm
Width: 3.24"/8.22cm
Length: 1.75"/4.45cm
Ball Diameter: 30mm
Tripod Mount: 3/8"-16
Weight: 14.4 oz/ 391g (subject to change)
Warranty may be voided warranty is voided after it takes more than 25 lbs of force to close the handle on a scale, or if deformation of metal at hinge points, in-house repair discretion