Polaroid Automatic Motorized Pan Head With Wireless Remote Control For SLR Cameras & Camcorders
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- AutoMatically Pans 120 Degrees (60 Degree to the left & 60 Degree To The Right Of Center) & Tilts 30 Degrees (15 up and 15 down from level)
- Includes 20ft Remote Sensor Cord & 20ft Extension Cord Allowing You To Place The Remote Sensor In Any Direction Up To 40ft Away
- Accepts Most Cameras & Camcorders <> Also Pand And Tilts Manually
- Motorized Head Operates On Household Current Or AA Batteries
- Controlled By Wireless, Infrared Transmitter
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The Polaroid Automatic Motorized Pan Head is a motorized panning head that is remotely controlled by the included wireless remote control. It is a great accessory for the amateur and pro alike. Get great and exciting pictures and videos from a distance away. By any occasion place it high up on a tripod in the corner and control it from your seat. It offers you a total of 120 degrees of panning range, 30 degree of tilt angle, and has a 30' operating range. Its built-in quick release system allows for fast and easy camera mounting and removal. When it’s not possible to stand in front of the motorized head or if you are using it outdoors where sunlight may interfering with your infrared signals from the remote control you can improve lost functionality by utilizing the remote sensor. It Includes a 20ft remote sensor cord & a 20ft extension cord allowing you to place the remote sensor in any direction up to 40ft away!
Panning Angle – 120 Degrees
Pan Speed – 6 Degrees Per Second
Tilt Angle – 30 Degrees
Tilt Speed – 4 Degrees Per Second
Maximum Load – 7 lbs
Power Sources – Remote= 1 CR2032, Head= 5 AA or DC Converter
Remote Transmitter Distance – 30’
Remote Sensor Cable – 20ft
Remote Sensor Extension Cable – 20ft
Top customer reviews
1) It has a nonstandard shoe - that doesn't even match the Polaroid tripod.
2) Once you've messed with the shoe and mounted everything, the assembly is internally wobbly.
3) The panning gear is noisy, so you can't use the internal mic on your camera.
4) Panning sometimes starts with a jerk.
5) Panning stops at least 4 times in panning the full distance, so you can't do a full pan smoothly.
6) Tilt moves very rapidly.
7) The remote has very limited range, and it must be in front of the bezel and pointed directly at it from a very short distance.
Offhand, I can't think of a situation in which this would be terribly useful.
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