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  1. Very clean / hardly used. This is my all-time favorite fluid head system -- a lightweight version of the 2575 that is perfect for digital cinema cameras (payload up to 66 pounds). $9000 / OBO System includes: -- 2560 Fluid Head -- Carbon Fiber 60L Tripod -- Mitchell Base -- 150mm Ball Base -- Euro-Style Quick Release (not pictured but 100% included) -- Pan Handle and Pan Extension -- Road Case Value new = around $14k. Hit me up with any questions / offers. Happy to post more pix -- this marketplace format is a little limiting!
  2. Hey everyone. I currently have the O'connor 1030ds which is a great head, but I find myself shooting on longer lenses and wonder if I might be better served with the 2560. I'm shooting on an F55 and when paired with the Canon 30-300, mattebox, follow focus etc., tips the scales at almost 35lbs. It's not the increased weight capacity that I'm after, just more stability. At 200-300mm, a very light touch is required on the 1030ds. Does a larger head make operating any easier? The extra weight of lugging around the 2560 I can deal with. I just want to make sure I'm not dealing with diminishing returns in performance. Thank you. Craig.
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