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FEISOL CT-3441S Travel 4-Section Rapid CF Tripod With CB-40D Ball Head

You Pay: $499.00
Product Highlights
  • Maximum Height: 5.8'
  • Supports Up to 22 lb
  • Weighs Just 3.51 lb
  • Seamless Friction Controlled Movement

The CT-3441S Travel 4-Section Rapid CF Tripod With CB-40D Ball Head from Feisol has what a location photographer wants: light weight, significant load capacity, compact design, durable carbon fiber construction, and a solid ball head. With a maximum height of 5.8', the CT-3441S has legs that fold down to under 17". Using an optional short center column, it can be operated at a height of only 7.48". The CB-40D ball head has a ball diameter of 1.57", a base diameter of 2.4" and a height of 3.74". It features a dual-caliper lock design, an integrated panning base, and seamless friction controlled movement. The QP-144750 quick release plate is included.

Rapid anti-leg-rotation technology
Reverse-folding legs which flip up 180 degrees over the ballhead for maximum compactness
A maximum operating height of 178 cm (70.08 inches), while folding down to a length of just 43 cm (16.93 inches)
Base diameter of 2 inches (50mm)
A lightweight but highly durable frame that weighs just 1.17 kg (2.58 pounds)including center column
Maximum 2.8 cm (1.1 inch) leg tubes, with aluminum alloy screws on the leg joints for lightweight operation (do not over-tighten)
Ball head features seamless friction controlled movement
The CT-3441S offers two different optional spikes for various terrains, giving the tripod an exceptionally solid feel.
Tripod bag is included
General
Load Capacity 22.05 lb (10 kg)
Maximum Height 5.8' (1.78 m)
Maximum Height w/o Column Extended 4.19' (1.28 m)
Minimum Height Not specified by manufacturer
Folded Length 16.9" (43 cm)
Weight 2.58 lb (1.17 kg)
Head
Head Type CB-40D Ball head
Quick Release Yes
Ball Diameter 1.57" (40 mm)
Load Capacity 33 lb (15 kg)
Base Diameter 2.4" (60 mm)
Height 3.74" (9.5 cm)
Weight 14.81 oz (420 g)
Thread Size 3/8"
Legs
Material Carbon fiber
Head Attachment Fitting 3/8"
Leg Stages/Sections 4
Leg Lock Type Twist lock
Independent Leg Spread Not specified by manufacturer
Spiked/Retractable Feet Optional
Center Brace No
Center Column
Center Column Type Sliding 2-section telescopic column
Center Column Sections 2
Bubble Level On ball head
FEISOL CT-3441S Travel 4-Section Rapid CF Tripod With CB-40D Ball Head
  • CB-40D Ballhead with QP-144750 Release Plate
  • Tripod Bag
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty
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    FEISOLCT-3441S Travel 4-Section Rapid CF Tripod With CB-40D Ball Head
     
    3.5

    (based on 2 reviews)

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    2.0

    Could Be Better

    By Nancy

    from Lafayette, LA, USA

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Light weight

    Cons

    • Complicated Controls

    Best Uses

    • Travel

    Comments about FEISOL CT-3441S Travel 4-Section Rapid CF Tripod With CB-40D Ball Head:

    I bought this tripod for when I travel, as my other one is heavier. I had a hard time learning to use the controls of this one (ball head). It would help if companies today shipped decent manuals with their products!

    I don't know if it's me, but the legs seem to spread really wide apart or quite close together. I haven't found a way to get them in between.

    On the plus side, it is lightweight and I managed to get it in my suitcase.

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    5.0

    Finally something that works

    By Matt C.

    from Phoenix, AZ

    About Me Pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Attaches Firmly
    • Good Stability
    • Large Range of Motion
    • Strong Clamp

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Landscape/Scenery
      • Night Shots
      • Portraits
      • Travel
      • Video

      Comments about FEISOL CT-3441S Travel 4-Section Rapid CF Tripod With CB-40D Ball Head:

      After fiddling around with 4 different tripods between $180 and $350 that I didn't like much for one or the other reason and all of them because of their weight, I decided to bite the bullet and step up to a higher range. I'm not a big fan and frequent user of tripods, because I shoot mostly people and they're moving alot, but when you need a tripod, you need one. Since I'm shooting with the Nikon D800 at 36 MP, I see more need and use for a tripod to get the optimum out of that mega sensor. I shoot alot of products, where the weight is not a big issue. But when I go on trips to shoot landscape, the tripod usually stays in the trunk later in the day because I'm sick of the extra weight. Now, this thingy here is really leight weight and folds to a very small package. Tripod and camera with 70-200 lens can still be lifted easily with one hand. I think will will use my new tripod a lot more than all the old ones together. 5 stars for a good compromise between size, weight and stability. If you're not traveling, you might look into the larger versions. My first Feisol, very good product and quality.

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