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Davis & Sanford Voyager 4-Section Aluminum Tripod with B11 Ball Head

Davis & Sanford Voyager 4-Section Aluminum Tripod with B11 Ball Head


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Product Highlights

  • 58" Maximum Height
  • Independent Leg Adjustment
  • 21" Total Folded Length
  • 3-Way Ball Head with Dual Adjustments
  • Quick Release Plate Included
  • Directional Compass in Tripod Base
  • Padded Carry Bag Included
  • 4.5 lb Total System Weight
  • 9 lb Load Capacity
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You Pay: $89.99

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The Davis & Sanford Voyager 4-Section Aluminum Tripod with B11 3-Way Ball Head is a complete working-height camera support system that folds down to an extremely portable package (only 21") for easy transport in a backpack or a carry-on bag.

The 4-section legs and 2-section center column reach a maximum height of 58" when fully extended with the ball head attached. Together the head and aluminum tripod weigh only 4.5 lb. The system supports loads up to 9 lb, so it's appropriate for any compact digital camera, small camcorder, or even a DSLR with a fairly long lens.

Flip locks enable leg extension. Legs can be set independently at three different angles for work on uneven terrain. Thanks to the dual sections of the rapid center column, minimum height is a very low 11".

The included B11 ball head features separate adjustments for pan and tilt and comes with a QRB11 quick-release plate.

Rapid center column (28mm diameter) has two sections, and it releases & locks via a wing lock
Counterweight hook at the bottom of the center column allows you to hang a camera bag or other weight for added stability under uneven loads or in windy conditions
Directional compass is set in tripod base
Tripod and head both have bubble levels for accurate leveling
Rubber feet enhance the tripod's stability
Three-position independent leg adjustments
Includes deluxe padded carry bag
Load Capacity 9 lb (4.1 kg)
Maximum Height 58" (147.3 cm)
Maximum Height w/o Column Extended Not specified by manufacturer
Minimum Height 11" (27.9 cm)
Folded Length 21" (53.3 cm) with head attached
Weight 4.5 lb (2.0 kg) with head attached
Head Type Ball head
Quick Release Yes, QRB11 plate
Material Aluminum
Diameter Max diameter: 1.04" (26.5 mm)
Head Attachment Fitting Not specified by manufacturer
Leg Stages/Sections 3/4
Leg Lock Type Flip lock
Independent Leg Spread Yes
Spiked/Retractable Feet No
Center Brace No
Center Column
Center Column Type Rapid
Center Column Sections 2
Bubble Level Yes, 1 on tripod and 1 on head
Davis & Sanford Voyager 4-Section Aluminum Tripod with B11 Ball Head
  • Deluxe Padded Carry Bag
  • 10 Year Limited Warranty

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    Davis & Sanford Voyager tripod

    By TACO

    from San Antonio, Texas

    Comments about Davis & Sanford Voyager 4-Section Aluminum Tripod with B11 Ball Head:

    About a year ago I had purchased Sunpak tripod from another camera store here in town. No more then a month it just fell a part and the store was close and file a bankruptcy. So I started to look in the internet to see what I could fine and your Business pop up. So I call your number and I stated to talking to this gentleman and I had told him what happen to the other tripod when he started to ask me a bunch of questions about me and my camera. I was thinking why was he ask me all this until he explained to me and it made sense. He recommended this tripod (Dave & Stanford) and now I have this tripod and love it. If I could remember this gentleman name I would love to thank him for his knowledge about Camera and the accessories that I was looking for. I will be doing my bussiness with your Company and hope you folk can help me later on. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

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    Good for the price

    By jonsey32

    from Inverell, New South Wales

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      Comments about Davis & Sanford Voyager 4-Section Aluminum Tripod with B11 Ball Head:

      I've been using this tripod for a month or so now and I'm pleased with how it performs. I needed a small, light tripod to carry when I'm touring on my motorcycle, without breaking the bank and the Voyager is the perfect fit. It is pretty small, it can hold my 500D/T1i with battery grip and 24-70mm 2.8L without a problem, it feel rock solid and it even comes with a decent carry bag for toting it around. When I did get it the locking screw for the head was done far too tight and I had to get some pliers to undo it, but after the first day or so it got loose enough to turn easily with the tips of my fingers while still feeling secure.

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