Miller Tripods will display its new CompassX series (CX) at CABSAT

Miller Tripods will display its new CompassX series (CX) at CABSAT

CompassX Series will be showcased at Future Art Broadcast Trading L.T.D. stand

Miller Tripods will display its new CompassX series (CX) at the Future Art Broadcast Trading L.T.D. stand (ZB5-B40) at CABSAT 2018. Future Art Broadcast Trading L.T.D., Miller’s dealer in both Dubai and Iraq, supports the company’s complete range of products, including Miller’s CX fluid heads. The new series currently offers five models to choose from – CX2, CX6, CX8, CX10 and the CX18.


The new CX fluid heads incorporate Miller’s CB PLUS™ counterbalancing technology. All five models feature 16 positions of counterbalance for fine, rapid adjustment, The inherent wide payload range of the CX series provides flexibility when switching cameras or adding accessories.


“As one of the fastest growing regions in the world for media and entertainment, Miller strives to bring innovation and professional quality camera support solutions to the Middle East market,” says Joseph White, Regional Sales Manager Asia & Africa, Miller Camera Support Equipment. “Our CompassX series features strong durability while supplying users with the right feel to every application.”

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