Polaroid 65″ Carbon Fiber Tripod

Polaroid 65″ Carbon Fiber Tripod uses advanced “Carbon 8X” carbon fiber material for its leg construction and ideal for use with DSLR with standard zoom lenses, compact cameras, or MiniDV camcorders. The tripod features 100% carbon fiber tube design is 50% lighter than metal, yet every bit as rigid & durable Includes fully articulating ball-head with removable plate with 4-section stay set flip lock legs engineered for easy precise setting and has Solid rubber-tipped legs with retractable spikes for all terrains. The Polaroid 65″ Carbon Fiber Tripod has maximum height of 65″ (1.65 m), maximum height (with center column down) 52″ (1.35 m), minimum height 23″ (58.4 cm), Folded Length 24″ (61.0 cm), and weighs 5 lb (2.3 kg).

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


User Opinions

Polaroid 65″ Carbon Fiber Tripod User Reviews

Great Tripod
“This is a very nice, well made tripod for the price. Very lightweight, heavy duty, and durable. I have used a similar Bogen/Manfrotto carbon fiber tripod and ballhead, and they are very similar. I cannot afford the $700+ Manfrotto version, but this Polaroid tripod cant be beat for the price. There are a few however, aspects that keep it from being 5 stars in my opinion. First, when i mounted my Nikon D700 with 24-70 lens, and moved the camera into vertical position, the weight of the lens moved the camera out of position. After taking the base plate off, i noticed the mounting bolt is too long, and keeps the base plate from being locked down completely. I put a 35 cent, 5/16 washer underneath the head of the bolt and now it works perfectly.” – By S.V.
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Features & Specifications

Polaroid 65″ Carbon Fiber Tripod Features & Specifications

Regardless if you’re a casual photographer / videographer or a serious “prosumer” there’s a Polaroid tripod designed with your needs in mind.

That’s because we design our tripods with intelligent in-demand features like fluid pan-head, braced center columns, all-terrain leg tips, dual levels, compact-footprints, ergonomically designed carry handles and foam grips-and everything else you’d expect from a tripod line inspired by over half a century of imaging innovation. And to ensure they’re part of your “accessory arsenal” for the long term, we’ve crafted them from 8x Carbon Fiber to ensure they always keep your valuable equipment on solid ground.

No matter if you choose our ultra compact desktop models, our unique monopod, our ruggedized all terrain models or our high end Carbon Fiber Series, you’ll immediately understand why Polaroid tripods are considered the ultimate in “classic image stabilization”.

Features:
* 100% carbon fiber tube design is 50% lighter than metal, yet every bit as rigid & durable.

* Includes fully articulating ball-head with removable plate.

* 4-section stay set flip lock legs engineered for easy precise setting.

* Unique internal gasket design prevents dirt & grit from getting into leg sections.

* Extends to over 5 feet yet retracts to just 25 inches.

* Individually adjustable spider leg design.

* Make shooting close-ups or on uneven terrain easy.

* Solid rubber tipped legs with retractable spikes.

* Locking center column with accessory hook for added stability.

* Ultra-Light, Weighs five pounds.

* Padded Case included.


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