WF717A Fluid Head VS Fancier FC-02H Fluid Head

WF-717AH Video DSLR Fluid Tripod Head with Handle
* An infinitely fluid damping system insures smooth camera camcorder movements through the range
* Built-in bubble horizontal leveling
* Sliding quick release plate with 1/4″ and 3/8″ screws
* -85°/+90° tilt range and +360°pan range 75mm bowl
* Fluid drag system ensures smooth, consistent fluid drag control
* Ideal for digital camcorder weighing up to 6kgs

WF-717AH Video DSLR Fluid Tripod Head + Handle

WF717A Fluid Head Review:

Fancier FC-02H Fluid Head Review

Fancier Tripod FC-02H from Jonathan Nicol on Vimeo.

Vimeo member Jonathan Nicol throws up a review on the Fancier FC-02H video fluid head. I guess this is supposed to be a step above the typical 717 heads. There’s some samples at the end of his video review, and the samples do look smooth indeed. you can locate this particular model on linkdelight, the FC-02H head could be mounted on different tripods and coming up with different model numbers.There’s two different version over on linkdelight, and from the image appears to be the FC-02H head (75mm Bowl Mount).

FT-717AH Video DSLR Fluid Tripod Head + Handle
WF-717AH Video DSLR Fluid Tripod Head
>Fancier FC-02H Fluid Head Review
Fancier FC-02H Fluid Head

Price drop WF717A Fluid Head + Tripod

With the new Konova slider on the market the 717AH fluid head has become a popular accessory to complete the set. Recently there seems to be a small price drop in the WF717A Tripod + Fluid Head via linkdelight.Unlike the bowl mount Fluid head, the one on the WF717A (this one) can be removed and used on your Konova slider, SpiderTrax Skate dolly, or other projects and you’ll still have a very lightweight aluminum tripod + bag. Should be a standard 3/8″ threaded mount. more images

WF717A Fluid Head + Tripod

WF-717 Camera Tripod + Fluid Video Head Kit

One Response to “WF717A Fluid Head VS Fancier FC-02H Fluid Head”

  1. Adam says:

    Hi, I have this tripod with the same head, and I was wondering if there was a way to put a slider on the tripod and then mount the videohead on top of the slider. I can’t seem to figure out how to do that…

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