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I'm the proud owner of both vintage 35mm and medium format Gitzo tripods that I purchased in 1978... and they still work beautifully. Yet I wanted a ball head and something lighter for landscape photography.Both the Mountaineer Series 3 tripod and head are fine... ok.
Its expensive but it you have the budget you buy it! No regrets
This is by far the best Tripod I've ever purchased. In the past 6 years I have had 5 different tripods,and I'm happy to say this one I'm keeping. I use it for city and landscape photography and it works great for both.
This tripod gives the rock solid support anyone could ever want for all types of photography. It is very well made and functions with ease.
This tripod was recommended to me by a professional photographer friend and I have yet to regret the purchase. It is much sturdier than my old aluminum one, holds just shy of 3 times the weight and is even a little lighter despite being larger, but still a decent weight.
You are using $ work of gear. Why would you use a $ tripod? For a tripod you need a sturdy one that won't tip over and ruin your gear, and you need a steady one that does not shake at the lightest gust, thus degrading that image for your $ worth of gear.The Gitzo 3-series represents the best value...
For years, I purchased less expensive tripods and was new happy. I could not be more pleased with this purchase. It took me awhile to get use to twisting the locks on and off, but now it is second nature to me. It is light, strong, and stable.
Caught it at the right time great price plus rebate paid $. Works like describe perfect and light helps w/ the n-500mm.
Great deal plus the rebate made this purchase from BandH just 5 star.
I love this tripod, and have paired it with an Arca Swiss Z1 bullhead by Wimberly along with the Wimberly Sidekick. I love the functionality of this setup. The only complaint that I might have, and this is based on only having used it once, is that the extension/retraction of the legs is a little...