Product Code: IN3417

Slik Sprint Pro 3 Way Tripod

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Manufacturer Code: IN3417
3417 UPC : 3417
Brand:  SLIK
RRP: 104.3172.00Inc VAT 20%You Save:  32.31
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Description: Slik Sprint Pro 3 Way Tripod

Slik Sprint Pro 3-Way Tripod is a full size support that includes a 3 way head with a quick release platform, making it reliable and easy to use. It is highly durable, comfortable to be used for outdoor activities.

Slik Sprint Pro 3-Way reaches to eye level by attaining a maximum height of 165cm, folds to only 48cm. It gives comfortable functions even during long period of observation as is equipped with speed release locks that enable the tripod to adjust to the required position. A gearless centre column makes Slik Pro Pod easy to raise the head without any trouble to the required level. Legs of SLIK Sprint PRO 3-Way Tripod are adjustable at different angles depending on the target how you use it.

SLIK SPRINT PRO 3-Way Pro Tripod has the ability to use as a grounder for macro photography by fine-tuning the centre column and legs to a minimum height of 17.5cm.

Features: Slik Sprint Pro 3 Way Tripod

SLIK Speed Release Leg Locks
Full sized tripod
3-way pan head
Gearless centre column
3 position adjustable angle legs

Specifications: Slik Sprint Pro 3 Way Tripod

Max. Height (Centre Column extended) 64.9 inches/165cm
Min. Height (Centre Column retracted) 53.1 inches/135cm
Low Position Minimum Height  6.8 inches/17.5cm)
Retracted Length - Slik Sprint Pro 3-Way Tripod 18.9 inches/48cm
Tripod Head Mount 1/4-20 threaded
Weight - Slik Sprint Pro 3-Way Tripod 38.0 oz./1077gm
Number of Leg Sections 4
Maximum load - Slik Sprint Pro 3-Way Tripod 4.4 lbs/2kg

Kit contents
Slik Sprint Pro 3-Way Tripod
Slik Carrying case
Slik Instruction manual

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 15 February, 2009.