Benro C1580F

Benro C1580F is a Carbon Fiber Tripod for DSLR camera. The tripod features Adjustable Leg Angles, Quick Lock Legs with Anti-Rotation Leg System, Head Mounting Setscrews, Stainless Steel Spiked or Rubber Feet, Closed-Cell Foam Grip, Wing nut-style Column Lock, Reversible Center Column, Spirit Level and Compass, Center-Column Hook, and Shoulder Strap and Carry Case. The Benro C1580F has Max Height (24° Leg Angle) w/ Column Extended 58.7 in (1490 mm), Folded Length 19.3 in (490 mm), and weighs 2.6 lbs (1.2 kg).

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Features & Specifications

Benro C1580F Features & Specifications

Benro C1580F ultra-lightweight Carbon Fiber Tripods utilizes full magnesium alloy castings for greater performance, more stable vibration reduction and lighter weight than comparable aluminum alloys. Featuring the new Benro twist lock and flip lever leg lock design, setup is faster and smoother than ever before. Incorporating imported high-strength aluminum alloy specially processed to maintain light weight, strength, rigidity and economical performance.

Specifications:
* Top Plate or Base Plate Diameter 2.2in
* Maximum Load 13.2lbs
* Product or Folded Height 19in
* Maximum Height w/Column Retracted 50.8in
* Maximum Height 59.4in
* Leg Size 1
* Leg Sections 4
* Leg Lock Type Flip Lock Independent
* Leg Spread Yes-with 3 stops
* Head Mount 1/4-20 & 3/8-16
* Foot Mount Screw Thread 3/8
* Foot Type Removable Rubber-Spiked Foot Size 12mm
* Weight 2.6lbs / 1.18kg

Features:

Adjustable Leg Angles
For an extra measure of flexibility, Benro tripod legs can be independently locked into place at three different angles to enable shooting in cramped quarters, on irregular surface areas, or at ground level

Quick Lock Legs with Anti-Rotation Leg System

Tripod height can easily be set by a flip of the quick lock leg levers, which combined with anti-rotation legs enable fast and fumble-free set-up

Head Mounting Setscrews
Setscrews provide an extra level of security when attaching the head to the tripod’s top-plate

Stainless Steel Spiked or Rubber Feet
Most Benro tripods come equipped with a choice of screw-in rubber feet or stainless steel spiked feet

Closed-Cell Foam Grip
A thick layer of closed-cell nitrile butadiene rubber (NBR) provides a comfortable yet firm grip when carrying your Benro tripod

Wing nut-style Column Lock
A wing nut-style center column-locking knob allows for secure, intuitive-action height adjustments on the fly

Reversible Center Column
The center column, which features a ridge-and-groove design to eliminate unwanted column rotation, can be quickly inverted for exacting, lower angle camera positioning

Spirit Level and Compass
In or out of the studio, a built-in spirit level helps keep your camera squared-off and level to your subject, and a built-in compass provides orientation coordinates

Center-Column Hook
A hook, located on the bottom of the center-column, allows you to hang additional weight from the tripod’s center of gravity for increased stability

Shoulder Strap and Carry Case
Benro straps and carrying cases are made of quality, high-durability materials to provide maximum protection for your tripod and head

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Manual

Benro C1580F User Manual

- Download Benro C1580F User Manual (PDF – 2.5Mb)


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