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|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||40.0 x 10.5 x 10.4"|
|Package Weight||22.1 lb|
|Independent Leg Spread||Yes|
|Leg Lock Type||Flip Levers|
|Head Attachment Fitting||3/8" Screw|
|Spiked/Retractable Feet||Rubber Feet and Floor Spreader|
|Counter Balance System||Adjustable Spring|
|Quick Release/Wedge Plate||Yes|
|Balance Plate||Yes, Sliding|
|Tilt Drag||0 Plus 3-Step|
|Spring Loaded Counter Balance||0 Plus 3-Step|
|Load Capacity||35 lbs (16kg)|
|Weight||15.6 lbs (7.1kg)|
|Leveling Bubble/Illuminated||Yes / Non|
|Folded Length||32.8" (83.31cm)|
|Minimum Height||29.1" (73.91cm)|
|Maximum Height w/o Column Extended||N/A|
|Maximum Height||66.5" (169cm)|
I needed to get a tripod system capable of supporting my very heavy URSA with all the cinema trappings, which could get my payload near 30lbs. There are very few choices under 2K but this one seemed to have some decent reviews so I went for it.
I've always been a Bogen fan, solid products are good prices
I really needed a Manfrotto due to the quick release plate mainly, to match a shoulder rig, With one quick release plate installed on the camera, I could easily go from tripod to shoulder rig. The first mistake I made here was buying the 526 head.
Manfrotto has destroyed the simplicity of the tripod with this unit. It's heavy, clumsy, cannot be carried easily, and all around awful. The spreaders flop around aimless between the legs, and are attached with cheap rivet pins.
Best one for the price
Super light and very honest product.
Great combo!!! I would recommend!! Works great on my Epic
For the money, I am extremely satisfied with this tripod. This head holds my RED ONE with ease and allows smooth operation. The photo shows a mid level spreader but it showed up with a floor spreader. I prefer a floor spreader so I'm good with it.