SKU: GC88-INI330G

Inca Tripod i330G Tripod W/Bag

Inca Tripod i330G Tripod W/Bag

The Inca i330G Tripod is a 3-way head tripod. The 3-way head features a quick-release plate and spirit level. This tripod has a mid-level leg stabilisation system to keep your camera equipment secure and ensure that you get good images every time. It also has flip leg locks for a fast setup. At 745g, the i330G is one of the most lightweight tripods out on the market.

Features:

The mid-level leg stabilisation system

3-way head with quick release plate and spirit level

90° rotation vertical platform for portrait orientation

Flip leg locks

Supplied with a lightweight tripod bag

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Inca Tripod i330G Tripod W/Bag

The Inca i330G Tripod is a 3-way head tripod. The 3-way head features a quick-release plate and spirit level. This tripod has a mid-level leg stabilisation system to keep your camera equipment secure and ensure that you get good images every time. It also has flip leg locks for a fast setup. At 745g, the i330G is one of the most lightweight tripods out on the market.

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