SKU: GC88-SY0025-0001

Manfrotto "Syrp" Turntable for Genie Mini

Meant to be used with the Genie Mini time-lapse rotator, the Manfrotto "Syrp" Turntable for Genie Mini has a cheese-plate design with several 1/4"-20 taps in its surface for securing products weighing up to 8.8 lb. Thanks to the taps, you can use the Genie/Turntable combination upside down or mounted to the wall. Mounted to the Genie Mini, the turntable will make a 360-degree rotation in 33 seconds. The Turntable Platform ships with a white and a black cardboard background disk.

Key features

  • 8.8 lb Load Capacity

  • Cheese-Plate Style Mounting Holes

  • 1/4"-20 UNC Mounting Points

  • Used with the Syrp Genie Mini

  • For 360° Product Photos and Videos

  • Downloadable Template

  • Can be Used Upside Down or Wall Mounted

What's in the Box

  • Manfrotto "Syrp" Turntable for Genie Mini

  • Black Background Disk

  • White Background Disk

  • Shutter Extension Cable

Regular price $148.00
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Product Overview

Meant to be used with the Genie Mini time-lapse rotator, the Manfrotto "Syrp" Turntable for Genie Mini has a cheese-plate design with several 1/4"-20 taps in its surface for securing products weighing up to 8.8 lb. Thanks to the taps, you can use the Genie/Turntable combination upside down or mounted to the wall. Mounted to the Genie Mini, the turntable will make a 360-degree rotation in 33 seconds. The Turntable Platform ships with a white and a black cardboard background disk.

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