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Giottos GTMTL8350B - 4 Section Pro Carbon Fibre Tripod With Two-Way Column

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  • Lightweight
  • 4 sections
  • quick action leg locks
  • foam hand grips
  • two way column
  • carbon fibre
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  • Item Weight: 1.8 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.1 Kg
  • Item model number: MTL8350B
  • ASIN: B001CAUZXO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 6 July 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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Other Characteristics:
Carrying case: N
Colour of product: Black, Grey
Folded length: 52 cm
Height (max): 162 cm
Height (min): 22 cm
Leg sections: 4
Material: Carbon
Maximum weight capacity: 5 kg
Number of legs: 3
Purpose: Universal
Tripod head: N
Weight: 1.6 kg

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Giottos GTMTL8350B - 4 Section Pro Carbon Fibre Tripod With Two-Way Column

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I found this tripod extreamly good from the point of view of stability and ease of assembly. The carbon fibre material is very light and to carry it about complete with camera fitted is no problem. I use a gimbol fitted to the top of this tripod which gives you excellent control of the camera fitted with a 500mm lens. Very satisfactory purchase. Roy Woolley
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I always wanted to buy a high quality tripod, although it is not a tool to use every day. I was trying to make up my mind whether to buy a Giottos or a manfrotto tripod. It was only after I purchased a giottos monopod that I realized the quality of the Giottos products.
Then I was puzzled by the fact that the giottos 8350 tripod had a lowest shooting point of about 20cm compared to the 8-10cm of the manfrottos. This can be of a great importance when shooting macro photos. Anyways I purchased the Giottos considering this as a comprimise.
However, when I received it and tested it i realized that there are so many ways to make the camera to be close to the ground because of the two way column. So there is no problem at all.
Giottos tripod was the best possible buy for me. It looks nice, it is extremely light (especially compared to its aluminum brothers), it has padded legs and in my opinion it outperforms the manfrottos in every aspect. I wouldn't change it at all.
It is a highly recommended piece of equipment.
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I have had this tripod for about 8 months now and love it. It is very stable and is more than high enough for me at 6'tall. The only thing I wish is that it was about half the weight. It is too heavy for long backpack trips.
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Whilst it appears big its not too bulky and is very light. Very sturdy and worked well with my canon 40d with heavy L series lenses no problem. Great value.
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