Introduced the new Airfloater (pictured) which can facilitate moving heavy cameras (up to 150kg) to give realistic point-of-view style shots without putting the strain on a cameraman’s back. It can simulate an active shoulder shot from a tripod or camera mount, and offers considerable freedom of movement as it can pan 360 degres and tilt 18degres in any direction. It has a variety of base attachments: Chapman-Whitworth bolt; four bore Vinten holes; 300mm Mitchell with castle nut; and has a quick-release base plate. It weighs 15kg and is nearly the same dimensions as a conventional fluid head (at 25cm high and 34cm wide).