The Benro Versatile A1980F 4-Section Aluminum Tripod features a center column that can be raised out of its chassis so you can pivot and swivel it into almost any position. You can swivel the column 360° and tilt it up to 180° – perfect for capturing low-to-the-ground shots and for performing macro photography at any angle.
The A1980F reaches a maximum height of 62" and supports loads up to 13.2 lb, making it perfect for point & shoot and DSLR cameras. The lightweight aluminum Versatile tripod weighs in at only 3.9 lb. Its anti-rotation legs feature user-adjustable flip locks to ensure their reliable operation over the long term.
Locking screws in the top plate provide an extra level of security and stability when attaching a head (not included). A hook at the bottom of the center-column allows you to hang a counterweight from the tripod's center of gravity for increased stability, especially in windy conditions or with uneven loads. In configurations with the center column pivoted low, the loop on the magnesium chassis can be used to suspend a weight.
- Column-Locking Set Knobs
- The two knobs on the center-column collar allow you to free and lock the pivoting and swiveling of the versatile center column, which you can slide out of the chassis easily after extending it fully
- Adjustable Leg Angles
- The legs can be independently locked into place at three different angles to enable shooting on irregular surface areas or at ground level
- Rubber and Stainless Steel Spiked Feet
- The tripod comes with both rubber feet and stainless steel spiked feet that screw in and out of the leg
- Foam Grip on One Leg
- A thick layer of closed-cell nitrile butadiene rubber (NBR) provides a comfortable yet firm grip when carrying your Benro tripod, and it mitigates the effects of extreme heat and cold
- Carry Case & Shoulder Strap
- Benro carrying cases and straps are made of high-quality, durable materials to provide maximum protection for your tripod and head (not included). The included shoulder strap doubles as a tripod-carrying strap – just slip the strap's lasso around the legs and, at the other end of the strap, attach the clip to the loop on the tripod's chassis