Induro CT-114

Induro CT-114 is Carbon Fiber 8X CT-Series 4 Section Tripod. The tripod features Wide Stance Cross-braced Magnesium Alloy Spider, Extra Long Grooved Center Column, Full Width Leg Locks, Dust and Moisture Resistant Ergonomic Rubber Grip Leg Locks, Interchangeable Rubber Feet and Stainless Steel Spikes in Carbon Fiber mount, Slip Resistant Top Plate with Reversible Tripod Head Mounting Screw, Spring Loaded Weight Hook, Oversized Center Column Lock, Non-Rotating Carbon Fiber Leg Sections, Reversible Locking Center Column, Adjustable Leg Angles with Lock, Integral Bubble Level, Triple Closed Cell Comfort Grip, and completed with Double Threaded Accessory Mount. The Induro CT-114 has maximum height of 59.3″ (150.5 cm), maximum height (with center column down) 50.1″ (127.2 cm), minimum height 17.9″ (45.4 cm), Folded Length 19.7″ (50 cm), Load Capacity 17.6 lbs (8 kg), and weighs 2.8 lbs (1.3 kg).

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


User Opinions

Induro CT-114 User Reviews

Good tripod that will last a long time
“Extending the legs and setting my Nikon D60 on with a 18-55mm kit lens on it feels solid with very little play. Ball head is Vanguard SBH-100. Conclusion is build quality is excellent.” – By KO from LA
Rating: ★★★★★

A great buy
“This tripod is not heavy because of its alloy construction, and its framework is very strong. It will not shift under normal use. It holds significant weight and is very easy to operate. You won’t need to replace this tripod!” – By Douglas Smith
Rating: ★★★★★

Reliable Photography Gear
“For me personally, this product has gone the distance and more. The overall quality of this tripod speaks volumes. Without a doubt, I would recommend the Induro AKB1 to any serious photographer out there.” – By JDP
Rating: ★★★★★

I echo J.D.P’s review. This is an excellent tripod
” It is of surprisingly good quality and easily handled my Nikon D90. I know it isn’t a good practice, but I found myself leaving the D90 attached to the tripod and ball mount as I swung it over my shoulder while walking around. Needless to say, the tripod had earned my confidence to do that.” – By Richard Boyett
Rating: ★★★★★

Great lightweight solution for an alloy tripod
“I’ve used this tripod/ballhead combo with a Canon 7D with a 580 speedlite and a 70-200 f2.8L IIis lens attached and there is absolutely ZERO creep with the BHD1 and the legs are very stable.. Overall, I’m very happy with this and the BHD1 and would recommend this to anyone looking for a fairly lightweight, but very strong and stable tripod.” – By M. Anderson
Rating: ★★★★★

Fantastic travelling tripod
“This tripod and ballhead were great. They allowed for fast, easy set up and adjustment. There is a bag hook under the center column to increase stability. The rubber tips on the legs can be quickly swapped out for metal spikes. I used this combination on cobblestones, in 12th century churches, parking lots, and fields in the French countryside. Most importantly is that I USED IT. One of the worst things is to have a great, stable tripod and ballhead, but not use it because it is too heavy to carry comfortably. This Induro set was just the opposite. EXCELLENT for packing, carrying and using throughout the day. It’s compact size was also convenient when folded and carrying it through the busy metro stations of Paris….” – By Steven Bushong
Rating: ★★★★★

Fantastic travelling tripod
“When I received this tripod and ballhead, I immediately was reassured that I had made the right choice. Very compact, very lightweight and VERY solid. I packed the tripod and ballhead in my small suitcase with no problem. My photo project included making a series of HDR images, including some very long exposures for HDR in Notre Dame. This requires ensuring the camera does not move. I was using my Nikon D700 with a 70-200 f2.8 lens. The tripod supported this kit with no difficulty. If I had planned to take a larger lens, I might have gotten the next size up Induro…” – By Steven Bushong
Rating: ★★★★★

Expert Reviews

Induro CT-114 Expert Reviews

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Manual

Induro CT-114 User Manual

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Features & Specifications

Induro CT-114 Features & Specifications

This INDURO Carbon 8X CT114 Tripod features carbon-fiber legs and a wide-stance, cross-braced magnesium alloy spider–the strongest, most stable tripod configuration available. An oversized center column lock, enhanced leg angle locks, a reversible locking center column, interchangeable rubber feet and stainless steel spikes, and a bubble level add up to a sturdy, versatile tripod for rock-solid support. Includes a tool kit and deluxe carrying bag with strap. Tripod head not included.

Features:
* Wide-stance cross-braced magnesium alloy spider provides ultimate core system stability

* Extra-long grooved center column provides extended camera positioning without unwanted column rotation

* Full-width leg locks for maximum support at any angle

* Dust- and moisture-resistant ergonomic rubber grip leg locks ensure an easy, positive 1/2 turn all-weather lock

* Interchangeable rubber feet and stainless-steel spikes in a carbon-fiber mount provide the right contact on any surface or terrain

* Slip-resistant top plate with reversible tripod head mounting screw assures compatibility with virtually any tripod head

* Spring-loaded weight hook allows additional weight for mounting stability during windy conditions

* Oversized center column lock adds vibration-reducing structural support

* Non-rotating carbon-fiber leg sections offer quick and easy setup

* Reversible locking center column allows low-angle shooting (optional ballhead not included)

* Adjustable leg angles with lock accommodates uneven surfaces and awkward shooting situations

* Integral bubble level allows adjustment to prevent uneven pans and tripod head movements

* Triple closed-cell comfort grip provides comfortable handling during cold or hot outdoor conditions

* Double-threaded accessory mount fits wide range of accessories (optional PocketWizard and bracket not included)


See also: Accessories | Tripod





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