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Sunwayfoto T1C30N-T Mini Carbon Fibre Tripod with XB-28II Ball head

Sunwayfoto T1C30N-T Mini Carbon Fibre Tripod with XB-28II Ball head

9 Height Levels for different circumstances
Auto spring-back angle lock latch, easier angle selection

3 Leg Angles

Different height for Various Shooting Circumstances
Big hemisphere rubber feet used, to increase contact area at all angles for better stability of the tripod.
3/8″-16 Standard foot mounting hole accepts different types of feet and spikes.

Two-in-one top stud thread ensures compatibility

1/4″ -20 Inner stud thread for cameras, video lights or other equipment

3/8″ -16 Outer stud thread for ball heads, tripod extension columns and other accessories

No need of conversion bushing

Mounting holes added for enhanced versatility.

There are 3 x 1/4″ holes tapped on the tripod apex so more than one device can be attached simultaneously for indoor or outdoor live broadcasts or other applications.

XB-28II Mini Dual-Panoramic Ballhead

Dual-Panoramic Ballheads with Low Gravity Center and high Locking Strength

A horizontal locking knob is added to the ball head, loosening which will enable the clamp to turn 360 degrees for panoramic shooting.

Main Lock Knob features a ratchet mechanism, can be pulled out and relocated at any position desired.

Included PT-37 QR plate to go with types cameras.

3/8″ Mounting hole at the bottom equipped with 1/4″ bushing.

Locking System is located on the side of the ball instead of the bottom of the ball head. The whole centre of gravity is lowered by more than 15%.

XB-28 comes with a screw-knob clamp for better compatibility.

Regular price $199.20
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Sunwayfoto T1C30N-T Mini Carbon Fibre Tripod with XB-28II Ball head

9 Height Levels for different circumstances
Auto spring-back angle lock latch, easier angle selection

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