Miller Tripods Brings New Dimension to Camera Support With Introduction of SkyFX 9 at NAB 2024

Provides Accessibility and Flexibility for Broadcast and Film Professionals With Larger Capacity Head That Can Accommodate Larger Lenses LAS VEGAS,......

Provides Accessibility and Flexibility for Broadcast and Film Professionals With Larger Capacity Head That Can Accommodate Larger Lenses

LAS VEGAS, APRIL 3, 2024Miller Tripods, provider of professional fluid heads and tripods for the world’s leading camera operators in the film and television industries, announces the debut of its new SkyFX 9 at the 2024 NAB Show (Booth C6925) just in time for its 70th anniversary.

The SkyFX 9, a derivative of Miller’s SkyX 8, comes equipped with pan and tilt positioning encoders to satisfy customers’ requests for a larger capacity live VR fluid head that can accommodate larger lenses and cameras. The SkyFX 9’s 40kg (88lbs) capacity head boasts 16 positions of counterbalance and 7 +0 positions of drag. It is fitted with an ARRI style side loading camera plate capable of 150mm travel.

“We are excited to introduce the SkyFX 9 at NAB 2024,” says Charles Montesin, Global Sales and Marketing Director, Miller Camera Support. “The SkyFX 9’s robust construction makes it ideal for a variety of broadcast and film applications. The SkyFX 9 follows the success of Miller’s ArrowFX 3, 5 and 7 fluid heads, and I encourage all those in attendance to come see how our latest product offering can help in their daily application.”

The SkyFX 9 is designed for live broadcasts, including VR applications. The SkyFX 9 employs non-contact high-resolution magnetic encoders with pan resolution of 2.1 million and tilt resolution of 1.05 million. The tripod attachment is a 150mm clawball, however, an optional Mitchell-base may be used if desired.

Each SkyFX 9 comes with a full Gold 3-year factory warranty and is built to Miller’s well-known quality standards.

More information about Miller Tripods will be available at https://www.millertripods.com after the show.