Vanguard Alta+ 264AB

Vanguard Alta+ 264AB is a Alluminum Tripod for DSLR camera. The tripod features include advanced camera vibration and shock control, all-weather foam grip legs, patented premium magnesium die-cast canopy and head, non-slip, spiked rubber feet for changing terrains, and a removable hook for hanging camera accessories. The Vanguard Alta+ 264AB has Extended height (W/Column) 59 7/8 inch./ 1520mm, Folded height 22 inch/ 560mm, and weighs 3.9 lbs./ 1.77kg.

vanguard-alta+-264ab
Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info


User Opinions

Vanguard Alta+ 264AB User Reviews

Very good tripod
“I am very happy with this tripod. Very good quality, very stable (I use it with my Pentax K10D and a 18-250mm lens),compact, ergonomic… just perfect!” – By Abadie Yannick
Rating: ★★★★★

Lightweight and stable
“This is a nice lightweight tripod that’s stable. Initially one of the legs stuck but that’s worked out with use. The 2 levels built into the head are helpful for panorama shots. The legs lock securely and the tripod has a hook for adding weight for windy locations. Overall finish is nice. It’s well made. The head will hold the rated 11 pounds but tends to droop a touch after tightening with heavy lenses. Then it requires readjustment to set the camera. With lighter lenses that’s not a problem. With the Bigma on my camera, it is. I’m used to it and don’t think about the process much any more.” – By Michael McKee
Rating: ★★★★☆

Excellent quality tripod
“This tripod has everything and more I could want in a tripod. The camera slides easily off and you can order additional mounting plates for multiple cameras. And the ball head tightens down easily without any effort, holding the camera securely in place. This is as professional as I need right now. The tripod is very sturdy and well made. It is not as light as the cheaper tripods or perhaps carbon fiber tripods, but it is solid and holds my camera securely in place. You can adjust the legs to stand at three different angles, or even turn the center pole upside down and mount the camera down low for those unique shots.” – By Bill Yinaire
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Vanguard Alta+ 264AB Features & Specifications

Hailed as the world’s most lightweight and compact high-quality tripods, VANGUARD Alta+ tripods were designed by professional photographers to meet the most demanding requirements – all in a sleek, modern design. Alta+ is perfect for air travel and backpacking. Alta+ combines ultra stability, durability, easy of use and reliability every photographer needs. Its legs adjust to 25, 50 and 80-degree angles with a simple push of easy-release buttons for easy terrain changes and low angle-shooting.

Other features include advanced camera vibration and shock control, all-weather foam grip legs, patented premium magnesium die-cast canopy and head, non-slip, spiked rubber feet for changing terrains, and a removable hook for hanging camera accessories. The backup safety lock for the camera plate with an automatic closure (quick shoe), larger camera plate and professional head feature (fluid, patented and panoramic lock function with 2 bubble levels) will optimize the adjustments and provide great pre and post-shoot precision.

* Ultra lightweight
* Compact
* Enables low-angle photography
* Quick-flip leg locks


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