TigerTilt is a full function remote controlled pan & tilt head by ProAm USA. This is an affordable motorized panhead which is controlled by a single, pressure sensitive joystick remote. The construction is strong, yet lightweight aluminum allowing it to support up to 8 lbs. We recommend that off camera audio recording be done to eliminate noise from the motors.
Speed can be adjusted on-the-fly with more or less pressure applied to the joystick.
- Fastest speed: 8.5 rpm
- Slowest speed: 0.375 rpm
It's a fully portable unit, powered by the included BP915 battery and adapter plate. For studio use, it also includes a 12V AC Adapter.
The TigerTilt uses a 20 foot, 4 pin XLR cable to transmit power through the joystick remote. The included 20 foot cable can be daisy chained to over 100 feet for longer reach.
Amazing results. Affordable price. Easy decision.
TigerTilt Pan & Tilt Head, Joystick Remote Control, Remove Mounting Clamp, 20' XLR power cable, BP915 Battery & Charger, Battery Adapter Plate, AC Adapter & Camera mounting hardware.
- Weight capacity: 8 lbs (3.64kg)
- Unit weight: 5.4 lbs (2.45kg)
- Shipping weight: 9 lbs (4.08kg)
- Joystick box features a bottom 1/4-20 mount
- Battery adapter plate includes sticky Velcro tabs
1 year warranty when purchased from an authorized dealer.
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Hi - any idea when you might have this refurbished back in stock again? Is there a way to be notified if it becomes available?
Sorry, we're out right now! Please email us at email@example.com so we'll have your email, then we'll make sure to let you know when one becomes available. Thank you!
Hi! I know that this used pan & tilt head comes with a BP915 battery adapter. I still want the Canon style adapter, but I was just wondering if there was any way that I could also get a Sony style battery adapter with it as well. I don't mind paying extra for the part! Let me know!
We have Sony NP-F900 style adapters available and would be happy to swap the adapter out at no cost. Please just note that you'd like the Sony adapter instead in the comments. Thanks!