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|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||21.5 x 5.0 x 5.0"|
|Package Weight||5.0 lb|
|Independent Leg Spread||Yes|
|Leg Lock Type||Twist|
|Head Attachment Fitting||3/8"-16|
|Head Type||Ball head|
|Load Capacity||33.1 lb (15 kg)|
|Maximum Height w/o Column Extended||53.5" (136 cm)|
|Maximum Height||64" (162.5 cm)|
|Weight||2.9 lb (1.3 kg)|
|Folded Length||18.5" (47 cm)|
|Minimum Height||5.7" (14.5 cm)|
|Center Column Sections||1|
|Center Column Type||Rapid, reversible, short column included|
Study, lightweight and tall. Very happy so far with this tripod.
I was looking for a lightweight tripod that could hold my d750 with telephoto and this tripod fits the bill. The case is nice but does add weight. The leg locks seem durable but only time will tell.
I just finished an intensive doc-fiction video shoot in Europe; using this tripod with my Canon 70D DSLR with 15-85 (kit) zoom lens. I replaced the included E-20 Ball Head (which works great for still photography) with my old but smooth and solid Manfrotto 128RC fluid head.
This is a very well made tripod. However, a previous reviewer said is is lighter than the MeFoto RoadTrip. This is not the case; the listed 2.9 lb weight is for the legs only. With the head it is 3.6 lb and with it all in the nice padded case, 4.5 lb.
This Sirui has the height of the MeFoto Globetrotter and the weight of the MeFoto Roadtrip (bit less actually), which are both highly regarded. Quick review with comparison vs those MeFotos: Solid construction.
This is my 4th tripod. I have three from the 70's. A Gitzo, perfect except that it weighs 8 lbs., a Leitz table top with a ball and socket head, very sturdy but short, and an aluminum Tilt-All works well but cumbersome.