Scorpio Stabilised Head

The mechanical and electronic designs of the Scorpio Stabilised Head make it one of the most sturdy, reliable and advanced in its category.

The digital remote head allows any camera package up to 45kg and still offers an outstanding level of stabilisation in all axes. The technological design and development is defined by three concepts: Fast, Easy and Effective.

The technological design and development is defined by three concepts: Fast, Easy and Effective:

Fast

  • The setup time is the same as any standard Scorpio Remote Head.
  • Changing the camera package on the Scorpio Stabilised Head is as fast as any Geared or Fluid Head.

  • Easy

  • It does not require complicated adjustments or counterweights to level the camera. Any change from the initial camera package only requires simple visual balancing.
  • The design allows easy access to the camera equipment in order to change the magazine, the position of the lens control motors or the placement of any accessory.

  • Effective

  • Scorpio's digital system will stabilise any film or video camera up to 45kg (100lb). The stabilisation is effective up to 300mm focal length in 35mm. It will stabilise typical zooms such as 24-275mm or 24-290mm.
  • The level of stabilisation is optimal for any telescopic crane, fixed crane, dolly, camera car, or any type of platform.
  • The Scorpio Stabilised Head includes:

    • Power for all film, digital and video cameras
    • Two video lines
    • Witness camera
    • Programmable limits and speed adjustment for all axes
    • 4th axis control capability in the vertical dive position
    • Speed: 120º/Second all axis
    • Rotation: PAN & TILT 360º
    • ROLL +/- 30º
    • Back PAN: Automatic
    • Head weight: 33 kg / 72 lb
    • Max. camera package weight: 45 kg / 100 lb
    • Set-up time: The same as a standard Scorpio Head
    • Stabilisation on all axes
    • Stabilisation that works on any telescopic crane, fixed or modular crane, dollies, tracking vehicles, camera cars and many more platforms