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|Head Attachment Fitting||3/8"-16|
|Leg Lock Type||Flip|
|Independent Leg Spread||Yes|
|Load Capacity||19.8 lb (9 kg)|
|Maximum Height||66.9" (170 cm)|
|Maximum Height w/o Column Extended||55.1" (140 cm)|
|Minimum Height||3.5" (9 cm)|
|Folded Length||24" (61 cm)|
|Weight||4.4 lb (2 kg)|
|Center Column Type||Rapid, 90° horizontal|
|Center Column Sections||1|
|Bubble Level||Yes, 360° rotating bull's eye|
lightweight, but stable. Has a place on the collar to hang something on (I bring a mesh "shopping bag" to hang on it with whatever in it to weigh it down in windy conditions). The legs have clasps or as Manfrotto calls it: "QPL leg locking system".
The tripod gets a little heavy when the 100-400mm lens is attached. Fits on the side of my camera case back pack and makes a little heavy. Easy to carry when not strapped to the camera bag.
Got this item in time for the eclipse. Put an 80d on with a 120-300 (6.7 lbs) Sigma and 2x converter. The ball head settled back alittle ( shooting almost straight up) , then held for numerous shots. Haven't tried the 90 degree offset yet but this thing works great.
Replacing an old carbon fiber I had for 18 years and this one seems just as sturdy and light. Am very pleased with the construction and quality.
Sturdy, solid equipment, built to the highest standards. No matter what I've put atop the tripod, it doesn't budge, even my wife's large spotting scope with its fluid video head. And no problem getting the legs to a good supporting position on the first try.
This tripod is light weight and vert sturdy
Only have had this tripod a short time but it's been a great addition to my photo equipment. The difference that its made to the quality of my macro photos is incredible. I can now setup within inches of my subject where I could never of been able with my "older standard" tripod.
Simply awesome. Light, and stiff, the raw carbon legs are just beautiful to look at. Swapped the head for a pistol grip and threw the ball on some Gitzo legs. Some say carbon is not worth the cost over the alloy legs, but I disagree. Good for a pro, or semi pro.
Great piece of gear. Carbon legs are stiff and light. Clamps are easy to release, and lock (It comes with a clamp adjustment tool). The ball head works great, but I replaced it with the pistol grip for quick setup and adjustments. The center column is stiff, and converts to 90 degrees.
Sturdy, light weight and does not conduct heat or cold. Easy set up and take down and always stable.