Schulz Sprayoff Mini

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The Schulz Sprayoff Mini is a lightweight rain deflector that attaches within the the space of a matte box front filter holder and can be powered direct from the camera. Advantages

  • Fits within its specific matte box, taking only the space of the front filter holder.
  • Lightweight – (980 gr)
  • Powered out of the camera with 24V if available
  • Power consumption is not higher than for a regularly used onboard monitor – (0,8 amps)
  • Easy and very fast setup by sliding in and “plug’n play”.
  • Large optical width to cover even wide-angle lenses following disc diameters – (169 mm_

The Sprayoff Mini has a large optical width to cover even wide-angle lenses. Both it and the Sprayoff Micro are available with a remote control unit.


Progressive Broadcast Hire Ltd

11 Fairley Street
Glasgow, City of Glasgow, Scotland G51 2SN
United Kingdom (UK)
Phone: 01414202053

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