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|Maximum Height||89.4" (227.1cm)|
|Maximum Height w/o Column Extended||70.5" (179.1cm)|
|Minimum Height||30.4" (77.2cm)|
|Folded Length||32.3" (82.0cm)|
|Load Capacity||26.5 lb (12kg)|
|Leg Lock Type||Wingnut lock (stage 1)
Twist lock (stage 2)
|Independent Leg Spread||No|
|Center Column Sections||1|
|Center Column Type||Geared|
|Head Mount Thread Size||3/8"-16|
|Weight||9.2 lb (4.2kg)|
This tripod is everything I dreamed it would be. I've only used it at home so far to shoot birds on my patio bird feeder with my heavy 600 mm Sigma telephoto lens. The geared center column makes all the difference because it allows me to raise or lower the camera easily without having to do it...
Really REALLY solid tripod. This thing weighs quite a bit which is great because most of the gear that will go on it I would rather not have topple over. Highly recommend.
Very sturdy tripod. Perfect for studio use, and still life photography. The geared head rises and lowers very smoothly.
Great tripod smooth
good Tripod for video
LOVE this tripod for video. Pared it up with the Manfrotto 502 head and you can't beat it! Going to buy another one when I can. No shake when you pan from weight. Just solid!
Great tripod for the price
Very pleased with this tripod, needed something heavier and sturdier for my new Cinevate Duzi Slider + C100 and this did the job well! I love the geared raising of the center neck its so glorious and makes life easy!
Solid tripod for studio work. Reliable and great to shoot at elevated angles. It's not your tripod if you are looking for a portable or a small tripod to shoot at ground level.
I wanted a heavy tripod for use in my "studio" for focus stacking. This tripod is as solid as I could wish. The various adjustments make this a flexible solution to my issues and, I would guess, to those of most studio photographers, no matter their level of expertise.