SKU: GC11-6434

Sirui 3T-35K Table Top Tripod (Black)

The black Sirui 3T-35K Table Top Tripod is a versatile camera support that can also be used as a handheld pole for video shots, selfies, or low- or high-angle shots. It can hold up to 8.8 lb, weighs just 15.2 oz, and reaches 13.4" with its two-section column fully extended. With the column removed and the head installed directly to the legs the tripod has a minimum height of just 4.5".

The ball head has an Arca-type compatible clamp and quick-release plate, and a 90° notch for shooting in portrait mode. The legs of the tripod fold down for extended reach when using it as a selfie pole, or fold up to give you a solid grip to handhold the pole when shooting stills or video. An included carabiner allows you to attach the tripod to a loop for easy transport.

Features:

Load Capacity: 8.8 lb

Max Height: 13.4"

Min height: 4.5"

Folded Length: 9.5"

Leg Sections: 1

Weight: 15.2 oz

Removable, Extendable Center Column

Arca-Type Compatible Ball Head

Quick-Release Plate

Doubles as Handheld Pole

Regular price $103.20
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Product Overview

The black Sirui 3T-35K Table Top Tripod is a versatile camera support that can also be used as a handheld pole for video shots, selfies, or low- or high-angle shots. It can hold up to 8.8 lb, weighs just 15.2 oz, and reaches 13.4" with its two-section column fully extended. With the column removed and the head installed directly to the legs the tripod has a minimum height of just 4.5".

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