Hague D6 Universal Camera Tripod Dolly

Hague Camera Supports

£189.00 (Inc. Tax)
£157.50 (Ex. Tax)
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Hague D6 Universal Tripod Dolly. This sturdy dolly is suitable for all makes of tripod with base spreaders or which have feet smaller than 40mm in diameter. There are three leg locating holes so that the tripod can be used in both high and low positions and three straps are supplied for securing the tripod to the dolly.

The large 100mm individually braked swivel wheels enable the dolly to be moved with ease. Two of the wheels have swivel locks, which means the dolly will track in a straight line or an arc making the dollies movement very controllable.  

The aluminium dolly folds down to 62cm x 16cm. For easy transportation.

Suitable for most makes of tripods.

Price includes:- Dolly with 100mm diameter swivel wheels & 3 straps for securing the tripod.

Weight:- 3.5kg. 

Designed and manufactured by Hague Camera Supports | Nottingham | England

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  • 5

    Posted by Dave Smart on 8th Dec 2017

    I have purchased quite a lot of Hague gear including their K1 and K8 jibs - really well designed and fabricated - as is this tripod dolly. All of the Hague gear really does feel like its been designed for us and this dolly is no exception. Having three positions for the holes is really useful, allowing me to set the tripod at various heights and being able to use the different holes is really useful. The dolly is really compact when folded up and very easy to deploy. I use this for static shots just using my tripod as well as with the Hague K1 and K8 jibs, There is that phrase, "Time is of the essence" and when on location, this dolly allows me to move around very quickly and safely no matter what i have set up on my tripod (a GITZO series 5 with a Manfrotto 509 HD 100mm bowl head). I use the straps supplied to tie the tripod to this dolly as well as an extra set of longer straps just to be sure. When using the K1 and K8 jibs I will normally also use a sand bag on the end of each leg just to be sure everything is anchored down but this is not really needed. Well done guys and girls !!