Dolica CX680P108

Dolica CX680P108 is 68″ Carbon Fiber Proline Tripod and ideal for both indoor and outdoor photography and video recording. The tripod features Panoramic angle: horizontal-360 degrees and vertical-90 degrees; Material: Multi-strand Carbon Fiber with Tripod- Dust and moisture resistant release leg locks; Non-slip rubber foot with retractable spike; Grooved center column mount plate; Reversible locking center column; Closed Cell Comfort Grips; Integrated tripod bubble level and compass includes 3 position leg angle adjustment locks; Thread mount with spring loaded accessory hook and has 3 Way Pan Head; Degree markings on horizontal and vertical axis; Oversized lock pan handle; Quick release plate with locking and safety knob; Pro Grade all metal construction; Integrated Bubble Level. The Dolica CX680P108 has Maximum operating height: 69.3″; Minimum operating height: 20.3”; Folded height: 27.2″; Net weight: 5.6 lbs; Max operating load: 19.8 lbs; Number of leg sections: 4•Base thread: 3/8″; Quick release thread: 1/4″.

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Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info


User Opinions

Dolica CX680P108 User Reviews

Impressive
“I purchased this tripod slightly hesitantly because I couldn’t really find enough user reviews online. Hopefully this one helps some of you out there. I just received it today and I have to say, this thing is impressive. It is exactly what I was looking for. A solid, sturdy, carbon-fiber, pan-head tripod, with a quick release plate (it comes with two) and bubble level(s)… all this for less than $200. Plus the thing is freakin beautiful. It’s polished with a great dull black finish, has the cushions on the top segment of all three legs for ease of handling and a hook in the middle for anything you can’t hold while operating the camera….” – By Pierre Exantus
Rating: ★★★★★

Great Value
“There is an internel zippered pouch for the extra plate and any accessories. They also give you a couple of allen wrenches to adjust the fittings on the legs. For the price it is a better value than just about any other carbonfiber tripod they have at Amazon. I bought two.” – By Frank Nunez
Rating: ★★★★☆

DSLR Newb Very Happy with purchase
“Sand/bag hook seems a little Flimsy but does seem to be on an internal spring.
Have to remove handles or Head to put tripod in bag.
Angle adjustment, the legs support three angles and the stop for picking which angle you want to use for a leg is a slide held in place by friction, and presumably the downward force of the camera etc.” – By jro2020
Rating: ★★★★☆

Great Buy! Quality product
“I use this on a Canon T2i/550 with a BG-E8 battery pack and a 28-135 USM lens (or a 55-250 IS lens) attached. I have never felt concerned that it would ever fall off.” – By SNRS
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Dolica CX680P108 Features & Specifications

Dolica¿s 68″ Carbon Fiber Proline Tripod is ideal for both indoor and outdoor photography and video recording It is perfect for events, sports activity, capturing that one amazing shot Designed for use with Digital SLR cameras and / or camcorders.

Tripod Features: Professional Carbon Fiber construction and able to support up to 19.8lbs Base thread: 3/8″ Panhead, quick release plate, bubble level and compass 90 degree vertical platform Standard-wide angle, semi-wide angle, full-wide angle Quick release leg locks and non-slip rubber feet Includes extra quick release plate.


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