Some camera support innovations are so fundamental that it is impossible to imagine the world of television camera-work without them. The fluid action head, first patented by the Australian company Miller, is a perfect example of one such innovation. Before Bob Miller invented the world’s first fluid head in 1946, camera operators had no option but to work with bulky and expensive gear-driven assemblies whereby panning shots were tricky and diagonal moves virtually impossible.

Miller fluid heads revolutionized the film and television industry by giving operators the freedom to shoot far more creatively, reduced production time and achieved shots that were previously unobtainable.

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