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The main tripod castings are made from a forged aluminium alloy for strength and the quick action twist leg locks require only 1/8 turn to lock and unlock. Vitruvians also feature a splittable centre column to improve low level photography options and built-in spirit levels to ensure accurate set up. All VGRN tripods are supplied with a head featuring quick release mechanism for fast and easy camera attachment/removal plus a carry bag. They say the best tripod is the one you always take with you - no excuses with this one!
Sitting in the middle of the range is the VGRN9255 with a maximum operating height of 165cm and weight capacity of up to 6kg. This model features a built-in monopod and splittable centre column. The MH5400-652 head which is included has an on/off control and pan lock, a quick release plate and spirit levels.
Folded Height: 40cm Minimum Height: 27cm Maximum Height without Centre Column: 142cm Maximum Height with Centre Column: 165cm Weight: 1.55kg Maximum Weight Capacity: 6kg
Excellent tripod that I have gone to 3 continents with. Light and very useful with the separate monopod as well which I use with the compact camera. Read morePublished 1 month ago by saigon
Very solid, easy to use tripod at a fraction of the price of a carbon one, tilt-over column gets my head/camera/bellows/macro lens setup clear of the legs (Hang a big weight from... Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Kavanagh
I love this tripod. It is by far my favourite. Light, compact, quick to setup and easy to use. I bought this initially as a travel tripod due to the size and the weight, but it has... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mr Karsten M Moerman
build quality looks brilliant though not yet used in anger it arrived safely, promptly.Published 6 months ago by mrs
Wasn't sure what to expect on a product billed as a 'travel tripod'.
I'm often out and about filming or doing stills. But this met my requirements for both. Read more
Folds up small but opens up large..I am 6' so don't have to bend at all. The tripod is not a lightweight one but given the fact that it is foldable/collapsible, comes with it's own... Read morePublished 13 months ago by jayceys
Probably a little more than I wanted to pay for a tripod however after a bit of research decided to bite the bullet. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Gordon Downie
As only an amateur I tried to resist paying £160. Having dismissed the £20 range I thought moving up to £100 range would provide for my needs, then when I saw the Giotto Vitruvium... Read morePublished 13 months ago by ian
Well made and very versatile. Haven't tried the monopod configuration yet but it does everything I wanted. Read morePublished 14 months ago by MR M A UPTON