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Tripod Report 2042
Tripod Report 2042

Tripod Report 2042

Mounting head with ball, built-in spirit level, and centre column. The ball has a diameter of 55 mm and can be tilted 30° in all directions. The centre column has a diameter of 25 mm. It is reversible. Camera plate, 68 mm in diameter, with lock screws. Large heights can be reached and near-to-ground work is possible by using the various centre columns. Extremely convenient when working on uneven ground. Single leg extension.
- Weight: 3,20 kg = 7,05 lb.
- Transportation length: 81 cm = 32 inch
- Minimum height: 52 cm = 20 inch
- Maximum height: 165 cm = 65 inch
- Load capacity: 12,00 kg = 26,46 lb.
- Vibration damping: very good

Article number: A-12041

Price: 228,00 € / circa 305,54 $

delivery status: in stock

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#1 Kevin Bedard

I have the Report 2042 in camoflage and I have found the leveling ball to be really great for setting up a shot and evening-up the camera platform. I live in a place with lots of topography and this is much faster than trying to get leg length just right every time every time I move the tripod a bit. The stronger the magnification the more important leveling seems to be. Construction is top-knotch of course!







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