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Oben CC-2481 4-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod Legs

Price: $379.95
Instant Savings: $30.00
You Pay: $349.95
Product Highlights
  • 26.4 lb Load Capacity
  • 65.8" Maximum Height
  • Weighs Only 3.60 lb
  • 6x Carbon Fiber Legs & Center Column
  • Cast Aluminum Alloy Chassis
  • Adjustable Flip Locks
  • Retractable Spiked Feet

The CC-2481 4-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod Legs from Oben is a sturdy support for any DSLR, point-and-shoot camera, or most camcorders. With a load capacity of 26.4 lb and a maximum height of 65.8", the tripod offers a number of advanced features that ensure its stability and reliable performance.

The tripod's flip locks, which enable the extension and securing of the leg stages, are user-adjustable. By using a supplied Allen key, the user can tighten two points on each spring-loaded flip lock to safeguard their continued reliable performance.

With its 6x carbon fiber legs and center column, the CC-2481 is relatively lightweight (3.60 lb) and solid, ready to survive the rigors of professional work. The tripod chassis is cast aluminum alloy for further strength.

The CC-2481's rapid center column extends with a twist of the butterfly knob. For protecting your camera when the column is retracted quickly, there's a rubber damper under the center-post collar. Steel locking screws underneath the collar enable you to fasten a camera head more securely.

Pull-in/push-out positive leg locks allow you to set the positions of the three legs independently at three different angles. This allows you to shoot from low angles or on uneven terrain. For stability on softer terrain, the CC-2481 features metal spikes that retract and emerge by twisting the foot's rubber portion.

For extreme low-angle shooting, the center column can be split into two sections with the provided Allen key. The shorter column leaves no protruding parts under the tripod collar, allowing you to extend the legs out to their maximum angle. For a faster method, the center column is also easily reversible. These features are especially ideal for macro and close-up photography. The retractable metal counterweight hook serves as a stopper at the bottom of the center column.

The two included Allen keys attach to a tripod leg, so you're always ready to tighten components
Legs with four sections tend to collapse shorter for easier portability. The CC-2481 folds to 21.3".
Reversible 1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16 screw fits almost any head
Bubble level on tripod chassis
Center column is grooved to prevent rotation
Split center column for low angle set-up
Spring-loaded metal counterweight hook at the bottom of the center column
Integrated aluminum loop for attaching an optional shoulder strap
Retractable metal spiked feet provided stability on ice and soft terrain
Included padded carry bag features dual heavy-duty zippers, an interior pocket, and extra room to accommodate a head
General
Load Capacity 26.4 lb (12 kg)
Maximum Height 65.8" (167.1 cm)
Maximum Height w/o Column Extended 55.6" (141.2 cm)
Minimum Height 6.3" (16.0 cm)
Folded Length 21.3" (54.1 cm)
Weight 3.60 lb (1.63 kg)
Head Attachment Fitting 1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16 (reversible screw)
Legs
Material 6x carbon fiber
Leg Stages/Sections 3/4
Leg Tube Diameters 1.1" (28 mm)
Leg Lock Type Flip-lock
Independent Leg Spread Yes
Spiked/Retractable Feet Yes/Yes
Center Brace No
Center Column
Center Column Type Rapid/Split
Center Column Sections 2
Bubble Level Yes
Oben CC-2481 4-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod Legs
  • Padded Tripod Bag
  • Shoulder Strap for Bag
  • Tool Leg Clip with 2 Allen Keys (for Flip Locks)
  • Allen Key (for Split Center Column)
  • Limited 5-year Warranty
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    3.0

    Chinese made!

    By Rnieves

    from Washington

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    Pros

    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Landscape/Scenery

      Comments about Oben CC-2481 4-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod Legs:

      Tripod legs are ok. Thought finish was very poor. I guess is what you expect from a chinese fast production product.

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      5.0

      Well Done!

      By HenWin

      from Bethesda

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      Pros

      • Easy to Use
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Family Photos
        • Landscape/Scenery
        • Sports/Action
        • Travel
        • Weddings/Events
        • Wildlife Photos

        Comments about Oben CC-2481 4-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod Legs:

        Unit is light and strong enough. I don't plan to stand on it, and so it's fine for my 5D3 and any of the 2 lenses I currently own (or might acquire). It's much lighter than my 40+ year-old Gitzo. Easier to carry too. I particularly like the click-lock legs. Ever so much esier than twist locks. Coming with a case that is long enough for one of Oben's heads is a great idea.

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