Vanguard Alta 283CP

Vanguard Alta 283CP is 3-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod for DSLR camera. The tripod features Advanced camera vibration and shock control, Legs that adjust to 25, 50 and 80-degree angles with a simple push of easy-release button, Patented premium magnesium, die-casted canopy, Hexagon-shaped central column for extra stability, Adjustable center of gravity, Dual locking safety mechanism, and 3 Bubble levels. The Vanguard Alta 283CP has maximum height of 66″, Leg Diameter 28mm, Max Load Capacity 17.6 lbs, Head Height 128mm / 5in, and weight 620g / 21.9 oz.

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Features & Specifications

Vanguard Alta 283CP Features & Specifications

VANGUARD Alta+ 283CP tripod was designed by professional photographers to meet the most demanding requirements – all in a sleek, modern design. Alta+, with lightweight carbon fiber legs, is perfect for air travel and backpacking. 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, non-slip, spiked rubber feet for changing terrains, and a removable hook for hanging camera accessories. Its fluid-like, 3-way pan head has two handles and three bubble levels for ultra smooth panning.

Features:
* Advanced camera vibration and shock control
* Legs that adjust to 25, 50 and 80-degree angles with a simple push of easy-release button
* Patented premium magnesium, die-casted canopy
* Hexagon-shaped central column for extra stability
* Adjustable center of gravity
* Dual locking safety mechanism
* 3 Bubble levels

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