Induro Alloy 6M A413

Induro Alloy 6M A413 is a Aluminum Alloy tripod and ideal for professional Studio, Student, Portrait, Advertising, Industrial and Wedding Photographers. The tripod features Grooved Center Column, Reversible Center Column, Built-in Bubble Level, Closed Cell Foam Grip, Non-Rotating Leg Sections, Reversible Tripod Head Mounting Screw, Spring Loaded Weight Hook, and Tripod Head Set Screws. The Induro Alloy 6M A413 has maximum height of 73″ (185.4 cm), maximum height (with center column down) 66.4″ (168.7 cm), minimum height 17.6″ (44.7 cm), Folded Length 29.6″ (75.2 cm), Load Capacity 26.5 lbs (12 kg), and weighs 8 lbs (3.6 kg).

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

User Opinions

Induro Alloy 6M A413 User Reviews

One of the best out there
“Simple to use and well thought out design. I got to use a Gitzo and saw no real advantage to em though it was alot more pricey. Would be nice if the bag would hold the tripod with the head attached but that is the only issue I have. This is a tough tripod to beat if you want a high pro tripod without paying the price of say a Gitzo.” – By Photoidaho
Rating: ★★★★★

Strong enough to balance my motorcycle on top…almost
“I evaluated many tripods before purchasing this one. It’s amazingly robust and strong. I would not buy another one… and I doubt I’ll ever have to! I’ve coupled my with a Manfretto-Bogen 322RC2 ball head… great combo! Pro’s: Taller than I’ll ever need or anyone that I know. Its massive!, Absolutely dead stable. No jiggle what-so-ever, which is exactly why I bought it. Other tripods of the same price range just didn’t feel this stable; Includes a nice padded carry case with a strap and a set of tools as well as interchangeable leg tips for different surfaces; Once extended, the leg angle can be extended by pulling out a locking mechanism, allowing to to configure the tripod at interesting angles for more creative shots” – By Joel G. Landau
Rating: ★★★★★

Excellent Tripod
“Its SOOOO tall. With a normal ball mount on top (or even a gimbal) the legs can still extend about 8 inches further (without the center pole being used). Stability: With just a camera and lens on the tripod I’d rate its stability as “very good”. However, under the center pole there is a hook you can attach your bag (or other weight) to that makes this thing rock solid. Feet: Comes with both flat rubber and metal spikes as feet. Changing them is easy; the tool for it comes with it. Looks: While not as important as the other issues, the tripod looks quite sharp and professional. “ – By Kevin
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Induro Alloy 6M A413 Features & Specifications

The Induro A413 Alloy 6M A-Series Tripod Legs is a sturdy tripod made of extruded 6000 series aluminum with a wall thickness of 1.5mm. It comes fully-featured and is precisely machined to offer the quality and strength demanded by professional photographers.

Induro A-series tripods feature individual leg angle adjustments, a reversible center column with spring loaded weight hook, foam leg grips, anti dust and moisture rubber leg lock grips, reversible 1/4-20 to 3/8″ mounting threads, a bubble level, and mounting set screws. They also come supplied with a padded carrying bag.


* Grooved Center Column, prevents unwanted column rotation.
* Reversible Center Column, allows low angle shooting, Adjustable Angle Leg Locks.
* Built-in Bubble Level, allows adjustment to prevent uneven pans and tripod head movements.
* Closed Cell Foam Grip, provides comfortable handling during cold or hot outdoor conditions.
* Non-Rotating Leg Sections, offer quick and easy setup, Dust and Moisture Resistant Rubber Grip Leg Locks.
* Reversible Tripod Head Mounting Screw, assures compatibility with virtually any tripod head.
* Spring Loaded Weight Hook, allows additional weight mounting stability during windy conditions.
* Tripod Head Set Screws, add mounting security for tripod heads.

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