Filmtools 6" Suction/Vacuum Cup with 3/8-16" Threaded Spud

59.25
  • Filmtools #: 22077
  • Mfr #: 91358
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Product Features
  • Vacuum/Suction cup with 3/8-16" thread stud
  • Capacity: 70 lbs
  • Ideal for use in conjunction with ball-heads for light weight video cameras
  • 5/8" spud you can use it as a light stand as pictured on Filmtools' glass front door, or attach a grip head and build car rigs.
  • Spring-balanced pump ensures a consistent vacuum level

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  • Overview

    Filmtools 6" vacuum/ suction cupwith 3/8-16" thread stud. Capacity: 70 lbs. Supplied with pad protector.

    Ideal for use in conjunction with ball-headsfor light weight video cameras. 

    This cup is perfect for rigging from. With a 5/8" spud you can use it as a light stand as pictured on Filmtools' glass front door, or attach a grip head and build car rigs.

    A spring-balanced pump ensures a consistent vacuum level and a red-line indicator warns if there is any drop in holding power. Just a few strokes on the plunger will remove the air from between the mount's vacuum pad and the mounting surface. As long as the mount maintains a reliable hold, the plunger remains partially hidden inside the pump and the red line is not visible. If the red line appears, another stroke or two will restore full holding power. A firm push or pull on the rubber tab at the edge of the pad releases the mount.

    Guide to Maintenance, Troubleshooting, and Repair

  • In The Box

    Filmtools 91358 6" Suction/Vacuum Cup with 3/8-16" Threaded Spud

Filmtools 6" vacuum/ suction cupwith 3/8-16" thread stud. Capacity: 70 lbs. Supplied with pad protector.

Ideal for use in conjunction with ball-headsfor light weight video cameras. 

This cup is perfect for rigging from. With a 5/8" spud you can use it as a light stand as pictured on Filmtools' glass front door, or attach a grip head and build car rigs.

A spring-balanced pump ensures a consistent vacuum level and a red-line indicator warns if there is any drop in holding power. Just a few strokes on the plunger will remove the air from between the mount's vacuum pad and the mounting surface. As long as the mount maintains a reliable hold, the plunger remains partially hidden inside the pump and the red line is not visible. If the red line appears, another stroke or two will restore full holding power. A firm push or pull on the rubber tab at the edge of the pad releases the mount.

Guide to Maintenance, Troubleshooting, and Repair