The Hague AMP1 Highshot Camera Mast with 340° powerhead allows you to reach 7.3m (24ft) in height and then control the camera position via the remote controlled powerhead. This mast kit is an ideal solution for aerial mast photography, sports analysis, site surveys and sports filming.
Made from lightweight aluminium this mast is extremely portable, quick to set-up and easy to use. With its own tripod style base, which remains attached at all times and just folds up for transport, the mast provides a rigid base and each section of the mast can be raised easily by hand. Supplied in a padded transit bag.
At the top of the mast there is a standard 1/4” screw attachment to which you attach the Hague Powerhead and then the supplied tilt correction plate allows you to achieve a greater tilt angle. Once the camera is attached you can then use the supplied remote control and extension cable to control the direction/positioning of the camera whilst using a tablet or viewing monitor to see your images.
Operating from a higher view point drastically changes the picture you can capture and these masts can be utilised outdoors or indoors depending upon the application they are needed for. The mast now has three adjustable legs for levelling off, a supplied spirit level and there is an attachment at the top to secure guide ropes if required.
This AMP1 kit includes the Hague AMP Highshot Camera Mast supplied in a padded transit bag, the Hague 340° Powerhead with remote control and extension cable, and the Hague Tilt Correction Plate.
Please note additional items, such as the iPad, SC4 Superclamp with Articulating Arm, Camera and the UTM Universal Tablet Mount, are not included and are only shown for illustrative purposes.
Maximum Mast Height – 7.3m (24ft)
Retracted Mast Height – 170cm (5.6ft)
Weight – 11kg
Mast Material – Lightweight Aluminium
Powerhead Power Source – 4 x AA Batteries
Vertical Tilt Angle - 30 degrees when used with tilt correction plate
Vertical Tilt Max Speed – Approx 2.4 degrees per sec
Vertical Tilt Min Speed – Approx 1.2 degrees per sec
Horizontal Pan Max Speed – Approx 8 degrees per sec
Horizontal Pan Min Speed – Approx 4 degrees per sec
Maximum Payload – 2.5kg
Hague Camera Supports | Nottingham | England
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I have just purchased the tripod + power head. To my dissatisfaction the power head does not work. After waiting days I have had no response from them via email. Very disappointed with this
Only been able to get out once with this due to poor weather, but first impressions very favourable. First, it's sturdy and clearly a quality product. The only downsides are - it's very heavy (to be expected) and it sways somewhat in the wind. Only take it out on a calm day or when there is a light breeze. Remote controller is excellent and works perfectly. It's all seriously good kit and I look forward to many hours of happy use.
Good quality product, but a touch on the pricey side. (if it wasn't for the price tag, it would be 5 stars) I purchased the following from www.cameragrip.com: - Hague AMP1 Highshot Camera Mast 7.3m With 340° Powerhead - Tilt Head CT234RC With Quick Release Camera Plate - Hague SB180 Soft Padded Transit Bag All of these products and their components feel well made, are quite straightforward to use, and come with easy to understand printed instructions. Trying to extend and retract the tripod feels like it has a knack to it sometimes, but that's just a small learning curve. I also gave them a call prior to placing the order (to discuss the best options, and to make sure it would arrive in time for a job). The staff are really helpful and knowledgable about their products. I would recommend buying from cameragrip. Its a good shopping experience, and from what I could tell, is far superior quality wise compared to all their competitors that I researched prior to buying.
Only had this a month and the bookings are flying in. Had some awesome shots and video using a go pro hero7 black (Shoots in RAW) the mast is a good height, very sturdy and the clamps feel solid. Can't wait for some sunshine to get some shots and video from the piers here in Bournemouth.