Giottos MT8260

Giottos MT8260 is 4-Section carbon fiber Series II tripod twist lock legs for SLR camera. The tripod features the top sections of the legs come protected with neoprene non-slip foam covers, for better handling in extreme weather conditions with toolbox includes required allen wrenches or hex wrench and has 28mm leg diameter for added stability that completed with retractable hook that can be used to add stability with a sand bag or equipment bag. The Giottos MT8260 has maximum height of 61″ (155 cm), maximum height (with center column down) 54.7″ (139 cm), minimum height 8.2″ (21 cm), Folded length 21.3″ (54 cm), and weighs 4.2 lbs (1.9 kg).

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Features & Specifications

Giottos MT8260 Features & Specifications

The Giottos MT-8260 Classic Carbon Fiber Tripod Legs is a sturdy and lightweight affordable tripod. The leg locks follow a special design that makes it sand-proof. The leg sections feature an anti-twist design, and the center column can also be used upside down and reversed.

The leg materials are made of French-made high-strength carbon fiber tubing commonly used in aerospace engineering, and yield exceptional stability for its weight. Carbon fiber materials are very shock and vibration absorbent, but still relatively lightweight. The carbon fiber used for these legs is made from twelve layers, and the spiral grain is visible on the surface, giving it its high-tech look.

Neoprene Leg Grips
The top sections of the legs come protected with neoprene non-slip foam covers, for better handling in extreme weather conditions

Includes Tool Kit
The toolbox includes required allen wrenches or hex wrench

Leg Diameter
28mm leg diameter for added stability

Retractable Hook
The retractable hook can be used to add stability with a sand bag or equipment bag

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