Falcon Eyes Ceiling Rail System B-3030C 3x3 m incl. 4 Pantographs

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The Falcon Eyes B-3030C Ceiling Rail System is complete with 4 Pantographs and is ideal for a photo studio. The B-3030C enables you to hang all of your studio flash units in the position and height you desire without the use of light stands. The bottom set of rails run along the top set of rails via rail carriages, enabling you to move the rails forwards and backwards. The pantographs are also run along the bottom set of rails via rail runners, enabling you to move them from left to right. Further, the pantographs are mounted onto the spigot integrated in the rail runners. You studio flash units/studio accessories can be hung from the pantographs via the integrated spigot. Each of the pantographs can bear the weight of up to 6.5 kg. If your studio flash unit/studio accessory doesn’t fit on the supplied spigot, we have a number of spigots varying in size, available for purchase. Please see the optional accessories tab below for all compatible spigot adapters. Further, if you wish to extend the size of the B-3030C from the existing 3 x 3 m to 3 x 6 m, an extension set can be purchased. This extension set is available in the optional accessories tab below.

Please note: different shipping costs are calculated for the B-3030C due to its length (3 m).

  • Within the Netherlands, each long package is charged at an extra € 15.
  • For long packages needing to go to Belgium, the cost is €18,5 per package.
  • For all other countries, please do not hesitate to contact us for a price.

Weight specifications

The ceiling rails have a total weight of 11kgs.
The 4 pantographs together have a weight of 24kgs (6kgs per piece).
The maximum load capacity per pantograph is 6.5 kgs.

4 x Pantographs with Spigot Adapters (max. extended to 2 m); 4 x Rails (of which 2 fixed and 2 slideable); 12 x Rail Stopper; 8 x Cable Runner; 4 x Track Runner (to mount the pantographs); 8 x Mounting Plate (to mount to the ceiling); 4 x Double Track Runner (to connect the beams); 4 x Safety Cable; 64 x Cable Fastener (16pcs per set); 4x Spigot for Holding the Lamps/Flashes

Camera House Price: £511.20

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