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Sirui ET-1004 Aluminum Tripod with E-10 Ball Head

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Sirui ET-1004 Aluminum Tripod with E-10 Ball Head
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 18 lb
  • Max Height: 55"
  • Min Height: 5"
  • Folded Length: 16.5"
The ET-1004 Aluminum Tripod with E-10 Ball Head from Sirui is a 4-section aluminum tripod with an included ball head and quick release plate.
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Sirui ET-1004 Tripod with E-10 Ball Head Overview

The ET-1004 Aluminum Tripod with E-10 Ball Head from Sirui is a 4-section aluminum tripod with an included ball head and quick release plate.

With the center column extended, the tripod's maximum height is 55"  The tripod weighs 3.6 lb and can support up to 18 lb. An included short center column allows for changeover to shoot macro or from low angles. Also, the center column can be inverted to shoot from under the tripod.

The 4-section legs feature flip locks for easy adjustment and each leg can be independently placed at three position angles and automatically lock in place for secure shooting on uneven ground. The legs on the ET-1004 fold up 180º for compact storage and transport; its folded length is just 16.5". The tripod's rugged spider is made from forged aluminum alloy and the legs are made from economical aluminum alloy for stability, performance and longevity.

The E-10 ball head and a quick-release plate are supplied with the ET-1004 tripod . The ball head provides separate adjustment knobs for panning and locking, the locking knob is metal with a solid grip and wear-resistant surface. The E-10 ball head's locking mechanism can support up to 40 lb and is built to for smooth, vibration-free movement. A bubble-level is supplied for fast and accurate alignment.

Sirui ET-1004 Tripod with E-10 Ball Head Specs

Key Specs
Camera Mounting Screw
1/4"-20 Male
Quick Release Plate Type
Arca-Type
Head Type
Ball Head
Load Capacity
18 lb / 8 kg
Maximum Working Height
55" / 140 cm
Minimum Working Height
5" / 13 cm
Closed Length
16.5" / 42 cm
Materials
Aluminum Alloy
Weight
3.6 lb / 1.6 kg
Leg Lock Type
Flip Lock
Leg Sections
4
Camera Attachment
Camera Mounting Screw
1/4"-20 Male
Quick Release Plate Type
Arca-Type
Head
Head Type
Ball Head
Base Mount
1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16 Female
Bubble Level
1
Pan & Tilt
Independent Pan Lock
Yes
General
Load Capacity
18 lb / 8 kg
Maximum Working Height
55" / 140 cm
Max Height without Center Column
46" / 117 cm
Minimum Working Height
5" / 13 cm
Closed Length
16.5" / 42 cm
Materials
Aluminum Alloy
Weight
3.6 lb / 1.6 kg
Legs
Leg Lock Type
Flip Lock
Independent Leg Spread
Yes
Leg Sections
4
Center Column
Center Column Sections
1
Center Column Extension Type
Rapid
Lateral / 90-Degree Center Column
No
Packaging Info
Package Weight
5.55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
20.6 x 5.5 x 3.6"

Sirui ET-1004 Tripod with E-10 Ball Head Reviews

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question

Do the maximum height figures include the ball head?
Asked by: Richard d.
The maximum height figures include the ball head, yes.
Answered by: Christina S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Can the feet be removed and replaced?

Can the feet be removed and replaced?
Asked by: Zachary
No, on the Sirui model ET-1004, the rubber feet are fixed and non-interchangeable/removeable.
Answered by: Nechemia
Date published: 2020-03-20

question

One of the legs won't lock and keeps sliding down which makes the tripod useless. I've tried to tighten the screws but that doesn't help.I don't know if I have a receipt or warrantee. Suggestions?
Asked by: Nina
Have you talked to the manufacture?
Answered by: ENEIL S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

I really like the concept behind this tripod, It will fit in my bag and is a half pound lighter than the 2004. I have two questions 1) I assume I can replace the ballhead (I already have a good Markins one). It doesn't seem they sell them separtely (legs from head). 2) Do you think the setup can stably handle a 150-450mm lens (4.4lbs/2 kg) lens on a smallish SLR body?
Asked by: Doug
Ye it can easily handle the setup
Answered by: Alan H. Sirui Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25
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