Gitzo G1348 Mountaineer Mk2 Tripod

4.33" to 65.75" Height - 26.46 lb Load Capacity - MPN: G1348
Product Details
Description
The G1325 (3 section legs) and G1348 (4 section legs) have no centre column so you can choose to purchase separately either the carbon Rapid (G1318) or aluminium Geared (G338) columns or video adapters (G1422 = 75mm or G1424 = 100mm). They are performance models, which enable the legs to be set individually at 24?, 55? or 80? for low angle shots.
Quick Glance
Maximum Weight Supported 26.46 lb
Maximum Height 66"
User Reviews
The Gitzo Tripod
4 Star Review   By member biologist_99 - Feb 14, 2006   

Strengths: stability and light weight

Weakness: obvious is Price, leg locks ad when legs are put together..

Have had this tripod for about a week now. Used it a lot already. Extremely stable support for long telephoto lenses. Lightweight with the carbon fiber materials. Problem: I have is with its leg locks.. You have to make sure each one is tight before moving the next leg section. Other thing is when the legs are put together to carry over shoulder you can pinch you r fingers easily. Also the price.. Gitzo could or should cut their prices jst 10%-15% and they would still be pricey but a better value

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Product Details
Description
The G1325 (3 section legs) and G1348 (4 section legs) have no centre column so you can choose to purchase separately either the carbon Rapid (G1318) or aluminium Geared (G338) columns or video adapters (G1422 = 75mm or G1424 = 100mm). They are performance models, which enable the legs to be set individually at 24?, 55? or 80? for low angle shots.
Quick Glance
Maximum Weight Supported 26.46 lb
Maximum Height 66"
Summary
Product Title Gitzo G1348 Mountaineer Mk2 Tripod
Manufacturer Gitzo
Power Score 4.0 | 1 Review
Performance
Leg Section: 4
Dimensions
Weight: 4.85 lbs
Minimum Height: 4.33"
General
URL: Manufacturer Link
Additional Specifications
Minimum Height: 4.33"
Maximum Height: 66"
User Reviews
The Gitzo Tripod
4 Star Review   By member biologist_99 - Feb 14, 2006   

Strengths: stability and light weight

Weakness: obvious is Price, leg locks ad when legs are put together..

Have had this tripod for about a week now. Used it a lot already. Extremely stable support for long telephoto lenses. Lightweight with the carbon fiber materials. Problem: I have is with its leg locks.. You have to make sure each one is tight before moving the next leg section. Other thing is when the legs are put together to carry over shoulder you can pinch you r fingers easily. Also the price.. Gitzo could or should cut their prices jst 10%-15% and they would still be pricey but a better value

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