Tripod Report 332/P


Product Description


The light magnesium mounting head serves as module basis for 10 different inserts. The module insert can be changed at all times using a special wrench (included in the delivery of the changing module). The fixation in the cone ensures a positive-locking, clearance-free connection of the components.

Thanks to the new stop system, it is possible to set angles of spread at approx. 20°, 40°, 60°, 80° and 100° by means of a wing catch. The stop system is designed in such a way that the specified loads of the tripods are also guaranteed at a maximum inclination of the tripod legs.

The tripod Report 332/P is equipped with the module insert 3/P, i.e. with a permanently installed levelling ball, a diameter of 55 mm ,spirit level and an integr. panorama plate.
This enables a quick and precise adjustment of the tripod.
The pivoting range is 30° in all directions.
The fastening screw is spring-loaded. Place your tilt head or your camera down and fasten it from below by means of the star knob screw.
This module insert is particularly suitable for heavy equipment, because the integrated ball partly allows the work without additional tilt head. The lens or the camera is fastened directly on the tripod. Since there is only one connection between the tripod and the camera, this is the most stable and the safest method.
Single tripod leg extension.
  • Weight: 3,20 kg = 7,05 lb.
  • Transportation length: 90 cm = 35 inch
  • Minimum height: 9 cm = 4 inch
  • Maximum height: 143 cm = 56 inch
  • Load capacity: 12,00 kg = 26,46 lb.
  • Vibration damping: very good

Article number: 13032

Availability: in stock

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Price: 336,00
(circa 355.49 $)

What people say about this product


"The Berlebach 3032/P is a fine photographic support tool. The fact that it is made of wood like a work of art only enhances the user experience.

It is identical to the 3032 with the addition of a panning platform on top of its already excellent ball head. This added feature allows for use in many situations with no additional head. This saves me a couple of pounds of additional weight, but don’t confuse this with a tripod designed for backpacking. Other models are more suitable for that purpose.

I currently use the 3032/P for solid support with long lenses, and it is the best that I have used for this application. In the near future I will be using it for panoramic photography and also large format work with my Sinar F&P. I am very pleased with this tripod as a wise long-term investment, and the people at H&P Marketing in the U.S. were a pleasure to work with."

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