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Sirui S-2204-N 4-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod

B&H # SIBSRS2204 Mfr # BSRS2204
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This is a special order item. Est. arrival at B&H is 7-14 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at the time of shipment.

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You Pay: $453.95
Product Highlights
  • Fold-Flat Design - Only 1.6" Thick
  • One Leg Unscrews to Become Monopod
  • Load Capacity of 33 lb
  • 8x Carbon Fiber Construction
  • Short Center Column for Low-Angle Shots
  • 55.5" Maximum Height
  • 18.9" Folded Length
  • Weighs Just 2.9 lb

The Sirui S-2204-N 4-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod is an excellent camera support choice for travelers who need to pack light – and tight. The fold-flat design means that when collapsed, the tripod's legs line up flush with each other, and the S-2204-N slims down to just 1.6" thick.

Another travel-friendly feature of the tripod is its detachable leg, which transforms into a monopod when you unscrew it from the chassis and attach the mounting plate. A monopod comes in very handy in areas where tripods are not allowed, such as many tourist areas, or in extremely tight quarters.

Composed of eight-layer carbon fiber for lightweight strength, the S-2204-N tripod weighs just 2.9 and supports loads up to 33 lb, accommodating just about any DSLR camera & lens combination, plus many camcorders.

The tripod reaches a maximum height of 55.5" with its center column extended. For low-angle photography, the S-2204-N also comes with a short center column. With that attached and the legs set at their wide angle, the tripod's mounting plate can sit only 7" from the ground.

Twist locks for leg stages
Anti-leg rotation system makes setup faster
Two leg-angle positions can be set for each leg independently, for photography on uneven terrain or for low-angle macro work
Short center column allows the tripod to reach extremely low positions – minimum height of 7"
Center column hook allows you to add a ballast for a sturdier setup in windy conditions
Well-designed padded travel bag with sturdy shoulder strap for carrying
Load Capacity 33 lb (15 kg)
Maximum Height Tripod: 55.5" (141.0 cm)
Monopod: 59.3" (150.6 cm)
Maximum Height w/o Column Extended Tripod: 45.3" (115.0 cm)
Monopod: 44.8" (114.0 cm)
Minimum Height Tripod: 7.0" (18.0 cm)
Monopod: 15.0" (38.0 cm)
Folded Length 18.9" (48.0 cm)
Weight 2.9 lb (1.3 kg)
Material Aluminum
Head Attachment Fitting 1/4"-20
Leg Stages/Sections 3/4
Leg Lock Type Twist lock
Diameter (Top Leg Section) 1.10" (28mm)
Independent Leg Spread Yes
Spiked/Retractable Feet Yes
Center Brace No
Center Column Type Rapid, reversible
Center Column Sections 1 (also includes short center column)
Bubble Level No
Sirui S-2204-N 4-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod
  • Short Center Column
  • Padded Travel Bag with Shoulder Strap
  • Allen Keys
  • 6 Year Limited Warranty
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