Tilt Brake for ProAm Orion DVC200 / DVC210

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Tilt Brake for ProAm Orion DVC200 / DVC210

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Allows the user to fix the angle of the crane's vertical tilt at any degree. Includes instructions for installing. Compatible with ProAm USA Orion DVC200, DVC210 and DVC250 cranes purchased after October 2011.

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  • 5
    Tilt Brake for ProAm Orion DVC200 / DVC210

    Posted by Chris Stone on Aug 26th 2016

    Easy to install. Works great, and makes the crane operation much safer knowing that you can lock down it movement while not in use. The customer service was excellent and I received the product two days after ordering.

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  • 5
    Tilt brake dimensions

    Posted by Ionel Harrison on Mar 11th 2016

    I am planing an buying also the tilt brake but I am concerned about the dimensions.
    From what I see seems pretty small and might not cover all of my crane movements.
    Can anyone tell me the length of the arm precisely ?
    Thank you

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  • 5
    Great for careful shots

    Posted by Tolga Akcayli on Feb 10th 2016

    Its easy to install and necessary for the gentle approaching shots

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  • 4
    This simple break works reasonably well

    Posted by John Watson on Jan 13th 2016

    I think the break needs a better tightening knob, but it works well enough and I can buy a better knob at Home Depot for $3.

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  • 5
    Great Experience

    Posted by Brett Hadley on Nov 20th 2015

    I am a returning customer of ProAM. My first purchase was for an 8-12ft jib/crane with monitor and pro tripod. Everything came quickly and works amazingly. I teach guerilla filmmaking at a college now and went back to ProAm for a DSLR filmmaking kit and, again, everything came quickly, is of terrific build quality and is a joy to use. I highly reccommend ProAm for both their products and customer service.

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  • 5
    Less worry!

    Posted by Adrian Sanchez on Feb 6th 2015

    When I first bought my jib, I couldn't really balance it cause I didn't have the exact weights on it. So it would always fall back. One of my friends had removed the camera without acknowledging the weights, so the jib went flying back! Luckily it was fine. This thing helps hold it's place, even if there's too many weights it'll fall back but very gently.

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