intuitive control of the two axes X and Y with joystick,
speed of rotation proportional to joystick swing,
two methods of joystick work - LENEAR and LOGARITHMIC,
INVERT - change the direction of rotation for each axis separately,
knobs SPEED and DAMPING,
calibration of each axis,
3 memory banks to store and playback motion trajectory,
playback the saved trajectory in LOOP,
playback the recorded motion from the saved starting point.
The connection of the AION™2D controller with a steering and powered cable: 5 meters. Electric connectors sockets and the power switch are located on the top wall of the controller housing. The 1/4” socket in the base of the controller enables it to be mounted to the cart with a8” or 11” VARIO Magic Arm.
Thanks to the use of worm gears and steering that maintains steady speed regardless of the load, the head does not require precise balancing.
X HEADis dedicated cameras and DSLR of a total weight up to 8kg. Compact and cased construction ensures long and problem-free operating.
Maximum dimensions of the camera to achieve full 360overtical rotation are: length 440mm, width 250mm.
Mounting bracket moves up and down, allowing to the set the accessories in the rotation axis of the head. Four adjustable clamping levers facilitate rigid mounting of the mounting bracket.
Mounting slot allows to move the accessories forward and backward. Accessories are mounted on the mounting bracket with the use of 1/4" or 3/8" screws.
To improve the stability of heavier cameras and to increase the balance range, you can use quick release systemAdapter AKC3with a long sliding plate AK-101 LONG.
X HEAD base is equipped with holes that allow to lead steering cables through X and Y rotation axis, thus allowing to achieve full rotation in both axes.
3/8" hole in the head base allows to mount it on other devices equipped with 3/8" screw, such as camera cranes, tripods. Four ⌀4,2mm holes (Manfrotto spacing) allow to mount X-HEAD head directly on 75mmor100mm half ball equipped with four M4 holes.
X-HEAD is equipped with a TRIGGER socket to connect our device with a photo camera using a proper shutter WS cable release, thus allowing for interval shots synchronized with a slow movement of the head.