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Tilta Announces Sony A7C, DJI RS2 Solutions

The company unveils protective kits for the Sony A7C camera and a battery plate for the DJI RS2 gimbal.

ASC Staff

The company unveils protective kits for the Sony A7C camera and a battery plate for the DJI RS2 gimbal.

Tilta has introduced kits for the Sony A7C camera and a Power Pass-Through Battery Plate for the DJI RS2 gimbal.


Tilta kits for Sony’s A7C are available in three configurations:


Kit A ($135) features a Full Camera Cage, a Tiltaing Lightweight Quick-Release Top Handle and a Manfrotto Quick-Release Plate.


Kit B ($119) features a Full Camera Cage, a Tiltaing Left Side Wooden Handle (handle attachment sold separately), a Manfrotto Quick-Release Plate and a Tiltaing Advanced Side Handle Attachment Type VII.


Kit C ($399) features a Full Camera Cage, a Tiltaing Left Side Wooden Handle (handle attachment sold separately), a Tiltaing Lightweight Quick-Release Top Handle, a 15mm LWS Baseplate, a 15mm Bottom Single Rod Holder, a Tiltaing Mini Clamp-on Matte Box, a Tiltaing Advanced Side Handle Attachment Type VII, a Manfrotto Quick-Release Plate, a Tiltaing Mini Follow Focus and an aluminum rod 15*200mm.


A Full Camera Cage for the Sony A7C is also available as a standalone purchase for $69.


Tilta’s Power Pass-Through Plate for the DJI RS2 gimbal can accommodate V-Mount or Gold Mount batteries. The list price ranges from $107-$169, and it can be preordered through April 30 at a 10-percent discount.



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